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Fig. 4 | International Breastfeeding Journal

Fig. 4

From: An educational intervention to implement skin-to-skin contact and early breastfeeding in a rural hospital in Mexico

Fig. 4

Duration of skin-to-skin contact. Average duration of skin-to-skin contact in the first, second and third months of the study was 22 (± 10.9), 37 (± 17.9) and 40.9 (± 17.4) minutes, respectively. A statistically significant difference was found between the first and second months (p < 0.001); and between the first and third months (p < 0.001); but not between the second and third months (p = 0.540)

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