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NURSING CARE PLAN Interrupted Breastfeeding


ASSESSMENT

SUBJECTIVE:
I dont get to
spend a lot of
time with my
baby, as
verbalized by the
mother
OBJECTIVES:
Infant is
diagnosed
with sepsis
Newborn is
separated
from mother
The mother
unable to
provide breast
milk to
newborn
continuously

DIAGNOSIS

Interrupted
breastfeeding
related to
neonates
present illness
as evidenced
by separation
of mother to
infant

INFERENCE

Neonate is
diagnosed with
neonatal sepsis

Neonate is placed in
the Neonatal
intensive care unit
for better
management and
care

Baby is separated
from mother

Mother is unable to
breastfeed baby
continuously

Interrupted
breastfeeding

PLANNING

After 3 hours of
nursing
interventions, the
mother will be
able to identify
and demonstrate
techniques to
sustain lactation
until
breastfeeding is
initiated.

INTERVENTIONS

Independent:
Assess mothers
understanding
(perception and
knowledge) for
interrupting
breastfeeding
Assess mothers
emotional
reactions to
having to interrupt
breastfeeding.
Give emotional
support to mother
and accept
decision regarding
cessation/
continuation of
breast feeding.
Review mothers
daily routine
Instruct mother in
methods for

RATIONALE

EVALUATION

To
assess/evaluate
the need for
further
instruction

After 4 hours of
nursing
interventions,
goal met.
Patient was able
to identify,
demonstrate
and verbalize
techniques that
would help
sustain lactation
until
breastfeeding is
initiated.

Emotional
feelings may
affect resumption
after interruption
Mother must
have a plan in
order to carry on
usual routine and
still make sure
the baby is fed on
schedule
To advise her how
to incorporate
breastfeeding
into her schedule
To aid in feeding
the neonate with
breast milk

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expressing and
storing breast
milk. Demonstrate
the use of a breast
pump (manual
piston type)
Review techniques
for storage/use of
expressed breast
milk
Determine if a
routine visiting
schedule or
advance warning
can be provided
Provide privacy,
calm surroundings
when mother
breast feeds.
Recommend for
infant sucking on
a regular basis
Encourage mother
to obtain
adequate rest,
maintain fluid and
nutritional intake,
and schedule
breast pumping

without the
mother
breastfeeding the
infant.
To provide
optimal nutrition
and promote
continuation of
breastfeeding
process
So that infant will
be hungry/ ready
to feed
To promote
successful infant
feeding
Reinforces that
feeding time is
pleasurable and
enhances
digestion and to
sustain adequate
milk production
and breast
feeding process

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every 3 hours
while awake