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discontinue breastfeeding unless pathologic jaundice is present. Thebilirubin may remain elevated up to 3 months.1.4.The mother of a newborn asks the primary care pediatricnurse practitioner about the benefits of breastfeeding. What will thenurse practitioner tell her?1.5.The primary care pediatric nurse practitioner sees a 3-day-old nursing infant whose newborn metabolic screen is positive forgalactosemia. The nurse practitioner refers the newborn to aspecialist for immediate evaluation and will tell the mother
1.6.The mother of a nursing infant expresses concern aboutwhether high-cholesterol foods will increase her infant’s risk ofhyperlipidemia. What will the primary care pediatric nursepractitioner tell her?