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Ketevan Nemsadze, PhD, FABM

  • Speaker Type: ABM Conference 2016
  • Country: USA
Biography:

EDUCATION: Tbilisi State Medical University with honours; Wellstart Int.,Lactation Management course, San-Diego, USA; Institute of Pediatrics, Moscow, Russia; Ph.D. course. Working experience: Chief Pediatrician of Georgia; President of NGO/UNICEF Regional Network for Children of CEE/CIS and the Baltic States elected for two terms. AWARDS: Georgian National Academy of Science Awards For Science Achievements In Medicine; SOUTHEAST European Medical Forum Awards for contribution to medical science development; Title of the Best doctor of Georgia; Certificate of Achievement for successful participation in a technical cooperation program -Agency for Development of the Government, Washington, USA. PUBLICATIONS: Author of more than 100 medical articles including manuals; 2 copyright patent certificate; Co-author of Georgian Law on “Protection and Promotion of Breastfeeding and Regulation of Artificial feeding;

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Fetal and Labor Stress and Breastfeeding
Background: The effects of fetal emotional stress on lactation are not known. Objective: To assess the association’s influence of maternal stress (mild and severe) during pregnancy on breastfeed and mother-child bonding. Materials/methods: We conducted a prospective study of 15 women in which were observed the pregnant and delivery and took blood samples for analysis of stress hormone. Each day during the first 1 week postpartum, the mothers collected a milk sample. Result: Multiple regressions indicated that several markers of fetal stress were associated with delayed breast fullness, lower milk volume. 2. The factors associated with lactogenesis were parity (P
Presentations: 22  |  Hours / CE Credits: 13.5  |  Viewing Time: 8 Weeks
Hours / CE Credits: 0.25 (details)  |  Categories: Breastfeeding and Lactation
Watch Today!
View Lecture
Note: Currently only available through a bundled series of lectures
Fetal and Labor Stress and Breastfeeding
Background: The effects of fetal emotional stress on lactation are not known. Objective: To assess the association’s influence of maternal stress (mild and severe) during pregnancy on breastfeed and mother-child bonding. Materials/methods: We conducted a prospective study of 15 women in which were observed the pregnant and delivery and took blood samples for analysis of stress hormone. Each day during the first 1 week postpartum, the mothers collected a milk sample. Result: Multiple regressions indicated that several markers of fetal stress were associated with delayed breast fullness, lower milk volume. 2. The factors associated with lactogenesis were parity (P
Hours / CE Credits: 0.25 (details)  |  Categories: Breastfeeding and Lactation