Mother’s are incubators. For nine months they incubate the baby and keep them warm. Why in the western world do we choose a machine to incubate a young baby, rather than its mother? Infants, innately born to experience the warmth of their mother, and physical contact, suffer deeply being isolated and abandoned while place inside a machine.
“Skin-to-Skin Contact from birth is not just safe, it is superior and safer than incubator care.”
“Definition: A universally available and biologically sound method of care for all newborns, but in particular for premature babies, with three components ...
1 Skin-to-skin Contact
2 Exclusive breastfeeding
3 Support to the mother infant dyad.
Skin-to-skin contact is between the baby front and the mother's chest. The more skin-to-skin, the better.
For comfort a small nappy is fine, and for warmth a cap may be used. Skin-to-skin contact should ideally start at birth, but is helpful at any time. It should ideally be continuous day and night, but even shorter periods are still helpful.
Exclusive breastfeeding means that for an average mother, expressing from the breasts or direct suckling by the baby is all that is needed. For very premature babies, supply of some essential nutrients may be indicated.
Support to the dyad means that whatever is needed for the medical, emotional, psychological and physical well being of mother and baby is provided to them, without separating them. This might mean adding ultramodern equipment if available, or purely intense psychological support in contexts with no resources.”
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