Here you’ll find a series of video presentations dedicated to educating clinicians and parents on various feeding-related complications. Please check back from time to time as we’ll be regularly updating this section with new topics!
Newborn Jaundice and dehydration for clinicians
La Deshidratación y La Ictericia del Recién Nacido para Médicos, Enfermeras y Consultores Lactancias
In the video below, Co-Founder Dr. Christie del Castillo-Hegyi narrates a presentation designed to teach parents and clinicians how to prevent complications related to insufficient feeding and starvation in newborns:
Why Fed is Best for newborn Jaundice: A Parent Guide
Porqué Alimentación es Mejor para la Ictericia del Recién Nacido
In this video, Co-Founder Dr. Christie del Castillo-Hegyi narrates a presentation on newborn jaundice, and the importance of sufficient breastfeeding or supplementation in the treatment of jaundice:
The Effects of Underfeeding on the Newborn Brain
Los Efectos de la Subalimentación en el Cerebro del Recién Nacido
This video features Co-Founder Dr. Christie del Castillo-Hegyi narrating a presentation on the effects of underfeeding on the newborn brain:
Making sure your newborn is fed: a guide to early breastfeeding
Cómo Comprobar que el Recién Nacido está Bien Alimentado: Una Guía al Amamantamiento Temprano
This video features Co-Founder Dr. Christie del Castillo-Hegyi narrating a presentation on how to ensure that your newborn is well-fed in the early days after birth:
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Disclaimer: These videos do not replace in-person physician evaluation and treatment. This document is meant to inform parents of the most recent data regarding infant feeding and to increase their knowledge on how to protect their newborns from hyperbilirubinemia, dehydration, hypernatremia, hypoglycemia and extended or repeat hospitalizations due to complications from underfeeding. Earlier supplementation may be needed for babies who are premature or have medical conditions. It is recommended that a parent seeks evaluation by a pediatrician for any concerns regarding the health and safety of her baby if they arise.