Anne Merewood, MA, IBCLC, and Barbara L. Philipp, MD, IBCLC
J Hum Lact 16(4), 2000
Baby-Friendly is a World Health Organization/UNICEF international designation that is awarded to hospitals or birthing sites that meet certain criteria related to supporting and promoting breastfeeding. Those criteria are called the Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding (see Table 1). This article focuses on Step 6 of the Ten Steps: “Give newborn infants no food or drink other than breast milk, unless medically indicated.” To comply fully with the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative, an institution must pay fair market price for all formula and infantfeeding supplies that it uses, and it cannot accept free or heavily discounted formula and supplies.
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