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This is a discussion on Ineffective Newborn Diagnosis in Nursing Student Assistance, part of Nursing Student ... I am just starting my OB rotation and have my care plan due. I have a "normal" healthy female 24hr...by NMar Sep 11, '12I am just starting my OB rotation and have my care plan due. I have a "normal" healthy female 24hr old baby. The mom started breastfeeding on delivery day and now switched to bottle feeding. I was going to use the diagnosis Ineffective Breastfeeding r/t deficient knowledge. The mother is 20 y.o. and this is her first child. Would this diagnosis still be ok even though she is no longer breastfeeding?? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
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- Sep 11, '12 by Kara RN BSNIf she isnt breastfeeding anymore i dont know how it could be ineffective....just like you said you could try deficient knowledge r/t young maternal age manifested by change in infant feeding method...something to that effect.
also not breastfeeding puts the baby at risk for multiple things poor nutrition infection etc so you could always go that route. Good luck