Misappropriated Human Milk: Fantasy, Fear, and Fact Regarding Infectious Risk

Barbara B. Warner, MD, FABFM; Amy Sapsford, RD, CSP, LD


NAINR. 2004;4(1) 

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As previously noted the ability to provide information to both staff and families has been found to be one of the most important aspects to this plan of care. While the risk is not zero, it is low. Providing a plan of care that addresses potential medical issues in a rational and rapid manner is the most important action in these stressful and confusing situations.


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