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Table 2 Type of milk received during first 28 days of life

From: Does opening a milk bank in a neonatal unit change infant feeding practices? A before and after study

  2006 2008
  Number of children
(n = 50)
% Number of children
(n = 54)
%
1 Exclusively mother's own milk 20 40 7 13
2 Mother's own milk + donor milk 0 0 27 50
3 Mother's own milk + infant formula 30 60 2 4
4 Mother's own milk + donor milk + infant formula 0 0 18 33
5 Exclusively infant formula 0 0 0 0
6 Fortified 15 30 7 13
  1. 1 Infants fed only with mother's own milk directly from the breast or by tube or syringe.
  2. 2 Infants who received donor milk besides mother's own milk.
  3. 3 Infants who received infant formula besides mother's own milk.
  4. 4 Infants who received donor human milk and infant formula besides mother's own milk.
  5. 5 Infants fed only with infant formula.
  6. 6 Addition of a nutritional supplement for human milk.