|Recommendation||Brazilian hospital guidelines existence (n = 24)||Available recommendations in Brazilian and international literature [15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27]|
|Yes (%)||No (RA/NR-%)|
|Hospital pumping||21 (87.5)||3 (12.5)/RA||RCOG, WHO, UNICEF, UENPS, SBP, rBLH, ABM and CDC allow.|
|Bedside pumping||19 (79.1)||5 (20.8)/RA||RCOG, WHO, UNICEF, UENPS, SBP, rBLH, ABM and CDC do not specify.|
|Fresh mother’s breast milk||21 (87.5)||3 (12.5)||
WHO, UNICEF, RCOG, SBP, ABM and CDC suggest as a breastfeeding alternative;|
UENPS does not recommend if mother is symptomatic;
rBLH allows expressing, but for patients in neonatal units the milk must be pasteurized and the milk from mothers in intensive care units must be thrown away.
|Feeding line at the breast||2 (8.3)||23 (95.8)/NR||UNICEF, ABM, SBP, CDC UENPS and RCOG do not specify. WHO recommends.|
|Cup feeding||18 (75)||6 (25)/NR||
WHO, UNICEF, ABM, SBP, CDC and UENPS recommend cup or spoon feeding;|
RCOG does not specify.
|Pasteurization||4 (16.6)||20 (83.3)/RA||
UENPS discourages, even for preterm babies;|
SBP and rBLH recommend that for patients in neonatal units the milk must be pasteurized;
RCOG, ABM, CDC, WHO and UNICEF do not specify.
|Donation permission||2 (8.3)||23 (95.8)/RA||
SBP and rBLH don’t allow that these women are donors up to 15 days after the onset of symptoms;|
ABM, RCOG, WHO, and UNICEF do not specify; CDC forbids.
|Home pumping||11 (45.8)||13 (54.1)/RA||WHO, CDC, UNICEF, RCOG, ABM, rBLH and UENPS allow.|