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Recolección de la Leche y su Almacenamiento

Recolección de la Leche y su Almacenamiento

Existen pautas generales respecto de la recolección de la leche y su almacenamiento para que su bebé sea saludable. Pueden utilizarse cuando se extrae leche con un sacaleches para una toma ocasional de "urgencia" o cuando se recolecta leche para un período de separación regular del bebé, como por ejemplo durante el horario de trabajo o el horario escolar. La madre que extrae leche para una toma ocasional de urgencia puede no tener en cuenta que debe aprender a realizar la simple extracción manual. En general, es tan eficaz como el sacaleches, e incluso algunas madres consideran este método manual más eficaz.

En el directorio que aparece a continuación encontrará información adicional sobre la recolección de la leche y su almacenamiento, sobre la cual le proveemos una breve descripción.

El Uso del Sacaleches

Cómo Almacenar la Leche Materna

Cómo Descongelar la Leche Materna

El Cuidado de su Sacaleches y su Equipo de Recolección de Leche

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