PMP Journal Club Module 9 Donor Milk

Although a mother’s own milk is always preferred, donor human milk may be used for high- risk infants when the mother’s milk is not available or the mother cannot provide milk. Priority should be given to providing donor human milk to infants with the following risk factor:


Question 1 of 5

Screening, Pooling and Pasteurization of Donor Human Milk is necessary to reduce the following risks except:


Question 2 of 5

True or False? Health care providers should discourage families from direct human milk sharing or purchasing human milk from the Internet because of the increased risks of bacterial or viral contamination of non-pasteurized milk and the possibility of exposure to medications, drugs, or other substances, including cow milk protein.


Question 3 of 5

Which of the following is true?


Question 4 of 5

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Question 5 of 5