211. Improved Neonatal Patient Outcomes Through Exclusive Human Milk Feeds

FNCE Recorded Sessions from 2018

Session speakers will present the literature, share our multidisciplinary action plan and implementation, and their clinical outcomes.

  • SKU FNCE18211
Member Price
$32.00
Nonmember Price
$37.00

This product is free for those who attended FNCE® 2018.

The University of Virginia's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit published studies showing that fortification of breast milk with human milk-based fortifiers could lead to reduced rates of a variety of conditions and shorter NICU stays. Session speakers will present the literature, share our multidisciplinary action plan and implementation, and their clinical outcomes, which included reduced length of stay, fewer parenteral nutrition and central line days, reduced ventilator days, and an elimination of surgical necrotizing enterocolitis. They will also review the neutralized cost of product from captured charges and reimbursements.

CPEU: 1.5
CPE Level: 3
Learning Codes: 5440, 5410, 7200

Learning Objectives

  • Describe clinical benefits to implementing exclusive human milk feeds for infants weight 1250 grams or less.
  • Develop practical ideas for implementing a multidisciplinary team to launch an exclusive human milk protocol at their NICU.
  • Evaluate the research and the implications for their NICU regarding the exclusive human milk protocol.

Speaker

  • Eva Delaney, RDN, CNSC
  • Jonathan Swanson, MD, MPH

Moderator

  • Patti Perks, RDN, MS, CNSC
  • SKU FNCE18211