Lecture 10 Notes - ii I/FA< MMS PREGNANCY –SUPPLEMENT(CONCLUSION-Benefits = Protein/energy suppl OR Micronutrient suppl OR PE

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Lecture 10 - Women`s Nutrition & Repro. Health 10/04/2011 Undernourished mother LBW baby undernourished women …. NUTRITION – WOMAN`S LIFE HEIGHT / WEIGHT – AGE (MENARCHE) HEIGHT (KNEE) - BIRTHWEIGHT High maternal growth --> competition with fetus lower birth weight If inadequate lowest birth weight AGE – IRON/FOLATE/ANEMIA Young maternal age More Iron/Folate/Anemia prevalence Young maternal age
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Social Development Physical Development - Poor mothering behavior - Lower education - higher fertility rate - physical disability-> stigma - impaired growth (pelvis) - progressive malnutrition - “maternal depletion” - obstetric injury risk I. PREGNANCY WEIGHT GAIN - Normal pregnancy NUTRIENT REQUIREMENTS - Feed nutrients missing (potential) see health effects - Supplements Maternal Supplementation Prenatal supplementation - higher birthweight - N.B : Seasonal effect - lower mortality
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- Multiple Micronutrient supplements i. lower infant death > maternal death
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Unformatted text preview: ii. I/FA < MMS PREGNANCY –SUPPLEMENT (CONCLUSION)-Benefits = Protein/energy suppl OR Micronutrient suppl OR PE+ Micronutrient-undernourished women- supplement (1) larger babies (2) personal weight gain i. Birthweight changes – modest ii. Some interventions reduce stillbirths & other components of infant mortality II. LACTATION Weight change(variation) – unsupplemented > supplement Breast milk output - Unsupplemented < supplemented MATERNAL SUPPEMENTATION (5-25 weeks post-pregancy)-MATERNAL BODY WEIGTH-INFANT MILK INTAKE-EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING-HIGH-DOSE SUPPL. – VITAMIN A (Milk Retinol) 1. MOTHER 2. INFANT CONCLUSION-BOTH PE/ micronutrient supplements LACTATION PERFORMANCE i. More EBF ii. More nutrient transfer to baby-Maintenance EBF INFECTION ↓ Birth Spacing MDG #5 – REDUCE MATERNAL MORTALITY BY ¾ Focus - results and interventions?...
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course DSOC 306 taught by Professor Stoltzfus during the Spring '11 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Lecture 10 Notes - ii I/FA< MMS PREGNANCY –SUPPLEMENT(CONCLUSION-Benefits = Protein/energy suppl OR Micronutrient suppl OR PE

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