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Synonyms for milk

draw milk from


  • draw milk from
  • express milk from

Words related to milk

a river that rises in the Rockies in northwestern Montana and flows eastward to become a tributary of the Missouri River

take milk from female mammals

exploit as much as possible

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add milk to

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On average they process 2,000 litres of donated breast milk each year and can supply donor milk across England and Wales to any hospital that needs it.
A Baby May Qualify for Medicaid Assistance for Donor Milk if:
The World Health Organisation, the American Association of Paediatrics and European Association of Paediatrics all believe that, where you don't have the mothers' own milk, the next best option is donor milk.
In the initial questionnaire 24 of the 40 (60%) mothers felt the community would view feeding a baby donor milk as unacceptable.
However, studies have recommended that newborns should be fed with the breastmilk of their own mothers, donor milk should be provided only in neonatal intensive care units and should be used in preterm and low birth weight babies sho can not receive the breastmilk of their own mothers (5).
Because of RiverBend's emphasis on donor milk and breast-feeding support, 60 percent of the 500 babies who enter the neonatal intensive care unit each year receive donor milk during their stay, and 85 percent are able to receive milk from their mothers by the time they go home.
I was kept in for five days, struggling to feed my baby out of the jug, with midwives telling me the donor milk was supposed to be for 'sick babies' I was in tears each time I had to ask for more.
Though donor milk is becoming more common in neonatal ICUs around the country, Underwood says, general availability, especially for full-term infants, seems a long way off.
Lactation consultants, doulas childbirth educators and NICU nurses are in the best positions to educate parents about the benefits of breast milk and human donor milk over formula for their premature infant.
The supply of donor milk helps premature babies when their natural mother is unable to feed naturally.
Medical technologists are tasked to conduct laboratory tests after the initial screening interview and physical interview of donors and routine bacteriologic evaluation of all raw human milk and all batches of pasteurized donor milk.
Formula milk is associated with a reduced risk in Nee compared with donor milk.
At PREM bank donor milk is restricted to use by premature infants born under 34 weeks gestational age (however this is not a criterion adhered to by all BMBs).
Last fall, the FDA released a statement that recommended "against feeding your baby breast milk acquired directly from individuals or through the Internet" because unscreened donor milk could allow the transmission of HIV, chemical contaminants, some illegal drugs and some prescription drugs.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Providing donor milk to infants with very low birth weights is proving both inexpensive and practical, according to researchers from the University of Connecticut.