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    標題: The impact of rotating night shifts on the breast milk collection volume among employed breastfeeding mothers
    作者: Huang, Chien-Cheng
    Chung, Min-Hsien
    Lin, Hung-Jung
    Lin, Shio-Jean
    Guo, How-Ran
    Wang, Hsien-Yi
    Su, Shih-Bin
    Hsu, Chien-Chin
    貢獻者: 運動管理系
    關鍵字: Breastfeeding
    Breast milk
    Rotating night shift
    日期: 2015-01
    上傳時間: 2016-04-19 19:01:07 (UTC+8)
    出版者: Japan Soc Occupational Health
    摘要: Objectives: The health benefits of breastfeeding are widely recognized. The World Health Organization recommends exclusive breasffeeding for six months after birth and for two years or longer together with nutritionally adequate complementary foods. To respond to the needs of industry, employed breastfeeding mothers must adapt to the rotating night shift (RNS). However, the RNS is associated with a higher risk of health problems in career women. We investigated the relationship between the RNS and breast milk volume. Methods: Mothers who used a breastfeeding room while working at a technology company in Taiwan voluntarily participated in this study from March 1 through April 30, 2013. We compared two groups: breastfeeding mothers on (RNS+) and not on a RNS (RNS-) to determine independent predictors for breast milk volume. We analyzed data from 109 participants: RNS+ group n=56; RNS- group n=53. Results: There was no significant difference in daily milk collection volume between the groups. Daily milk collection frequency and exclusive breastfeeding were independent predictors for a daily breast milk collection volume >350 ml. Conclusions: The RNS may not affect the breast milk volume. This result may help the government and employers make policies more appropriate for supporting employed breastfeeding mothers.
    關聯: Journal of Occupational Health, v.57 n.1, pp.81-86
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