Perrin, Maryanne

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Donor human milk uses outside of the hospitalized preterm infant 2023 71 Human milk (HM) is the gold standard for infant feeding. This is supported by extensive research which has shown benefits of HM in infants including reduced gastrointestinal infections, respiratory disease, and mortality. When the mother’s own milk (...
Exploring the demographic, clinical, and behavioral attributes of approved milk bank donors in the United States and United Kingdom 2023 80 The World Health Organization and the American Academy of Pediatrics support that low and very-low-birth-weight infants receive pasteurized donor human milk (DHM) from established milk banks when there is limited or no access to mother’s own milk. It...
The effects of refrigerated storage time and fortification on pasteurized donor human milk 2019 337 Background: The use of pasteurized donor human milk (PDHM) is growing among neonatal intensive care units. Addition of commercial fortifiers to better meet the nutritional needs of preterm infants is common, however limited information is available r...
Dietary patterns of lactating women in central North Carolina evaluated using three validated assessment tools. 2020 194 Background: During lactation, there is an increased maternal need for almost all nutrients. It has been reported that maternal status of some nutrients (i.e. vitamin A, C and DHA) can affect breast milk composition. Data about dietary patterns of lac...