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Znanje in izkušnje slovenskih žensk z alternativnimi načini dodajanja mleka : diplomsko delo
Kralj, Anka (Author), Stanek Zidarič, Tita (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Kusterle, Mateja (Co-mentor)

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Uvod: Alternativni načini dodajanja mleka so načini hranjenja dojenčka, ki se uporabijo, kadar dojenje ni mogoče ali zadostno. Kljub študijam in navodilom vodilnih strokovnjakov je eno izmed najbolj poznanih in uporabljenih načinov dodajanja mleka steklenička s cucljem. Namen: V diplomskem delu predstaviti obstoječe alternativne načine dodajanja mleka ter prikazati trenutno stanje uporabe alternativnih načinov dodajanja v Sloveniji. Metode dela: Raziskovali smo izkušnje slovenskih žensk, njihovo znanje o alternativnih načinih dodajanja in to, kako dobro jih poznajo. Uporabili smo deskriptivno metodo dela ter izvedli kvantitativno raziskavo pri ženskah, ki so rodile donošene otroke v času od januarja 2013 do vključno decembra 2017. Za pridobitev podatkov smo uporabili strukturiran anketni vprašalnik. Na spletno anketo, katere povezavo smo delili na družbenem omrežju Facebook, je odgovorilo 1091 anketirank. Rezultati: Doma velika večina, to je 96 %, anketirank uporablja najbolj poznan alternativni način dodajanja, stekleničko s cucljem. Od vseh anketirank, ki so v porodnišnici za dodajanje uporabile stekleničko s cucljem, jih je 38 % uspelo doma izključno dojiti. 40 % anketirank ne ve, kakšen alternativni način dodajanja mleka je primeren za uspešno dojenje, 40 % bi uporabilo priporočene načine in 20 % anketirank bi uporabilo takšne, ki se s strani določenih strokovnjakov ne priporočajo. 95 % anketirank je za najbolj poznan alternativni način dodajanja mleka izbralo stekleničko s cucljem, kot najmanj poznanega je večina (68 %) izbrala suplementer. Za naslednje alternativne načine je večina anketirank odgovorila, da jih ne pozna dobro: kozarček (62 %), žlička (51 %), brizgalka ali kapalka (67 %). Razprava in zaključek: Ugotovilo se je, da večina žensk, ki v porodnišnici za dodajanje mleka otroku uporabi stekleničko s cucljem, doma ne preide na izključno dojenje. Slovenske ženske alternativnih načinov dodajanja mleka ne poznajo dobro in se ne zavedajo, kako se izogniti sesalni zmedi, kljub temu da vedo, kaj sesalna zmeda je. Ženske bi mogoče uporabile njim nepoznan način dodajanja, če bi ga bolje poznale in če bi jim to pomagalo pri dojenju. Prav tako se je ugotovilo, da ima strokovno osebje v porodnišnici in drugod velik vpliv na mamin izbor načina hranjenja. ?

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:dojenje, alternativni načini hranjenja
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:ZF - University College of Health Studies
Year:2019
COBISS.SI-ID:5642347 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Knowledge and experiences of Slovenian women with alternative feeding methods : diploma work
Abstract:
Introduction: Alternative feeding methods are methods that are used in order to feed the baby when breastfeeding is not possible or sufficient. Despite studies and instructions of leading experts, one of the best known and used feeding methods is a bottle with a teat. Purpose: We wanted to present the current alternative feeding methods. We studied the experience of Slovenian women, their knowledge about alternative feeding methods and how well they are familiar with the alternatives. Methods: We used the descriptive method. A quantitative survey in women who gave birth to term infants from January 2013 to December 2017 was carried out. A structured questionnaire was used in order to obtain data. 1091 respondents responded to the online survey, which was shared on Facebook. Results: At home, most of the respondents (96 %) use a bottle with a teat, which is the most known feeding method. 38 % of all respondents who used a bottle with a teat in the maternity ward were able to exclusively breastfeed at home. 40 % of respondents do not know which alternative feeding method is suitable for successful breastfeeding, 40 % would use the recommended methods and 20 % would use the methods that some experts do not recommend. 95 % of the respondents chose a bottle as the most known feeding method, and the majority (68 %) chose feeding with supplementation aid as the least known method. The following alternative methods are not well-known by most respondents: a cup (62 %), a spoon (51 %), a syringe or a dropper (67 %). Discussion and conclusion: It has been found that most women who use a bottle with a teat for feeding their baby in the maternity ward, do not succeed exclusively breastfeeding at home. Slovenian women do not know much about alternative feeding methods and they are not aware how to avoid nipple confusion, even though they know what nipple confusion is. Women would use an unknown alternative feeding method, if they knew the method better or if it would help them with breastfeeding. It was also found that professional staff in the maternity ward and elsewhere have a major influence on the mother's choice of feeding.

Keywords:breastfeeding, alternative feeding methods

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