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To determine the prevalence of lactation, the use of industrialized milk and weaning, and the factors related to lack of breast-feeding and early weaning in young infants of rural communities.
Material and methods. Transversal study performed by last year medical students doing Social Service in rural communities in Mexico who applied structured interviews to 5 families with children younger than 1 year of age. The percentages of children who were never breast-fed were: in the north N Children who were still being breast-fed, either exclusively or with mixed feeding by the third trimester were In the N region it was observed that lack of breast-feeding was associated to the health personnel who attended delivery, mothers with six or more years of education and less than four children, dwellings with permanent material floors, two or more household commodities and a head of the family different from the father.
Early weaning was essentially associated to the same factors; additionally, to the child being taken care of by someone different from the mother, artificial lactation by parental decision or due to medical recommendation and the use of health services provided by social security or private physicians.
Nutrición Infantil: La Ablactación (la introducción de alimentos a la dieta)
Artificial lactation and early weaning are typical of small families, with high educational level of the mother, better living conditions and contact with medical personnel, especially in the N of the country. Children are weaned before the second semester of life and it is therefore deemed necessary to implement health programs which promote breast-feeding and gradual weaning after the sixth month of life among the infant population of Mexican rural communities.
El En el cuadro III se presentan las nueve variables que estuvieron significativamente relacionadas con la falta de lactancia al seno materno durante la etapa neonatal. Otros factores relacionados con el destete temprano fueron el antecedente de un parto atendido por personal de salud RM 3. Es preocupante la creciente tendencia de las madres mexicanas de este medio de no alimentar al pecho o suspender la lactancia tempranamente.
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A critical review. Solicitud de sobretiros: Dr. Lactancia al seno materno Zona norte Sur; 2.
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Padre; 3. Recubrimiento permanente; 4.
De dos a cinco; 5. No; 6. Primaria incompleta y ninguno; 7.
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Menos de cinco; 9. Primaria incompleta y ninguno; 6.
Menos de cinco; 7. Madre; 9,10, No; Trabajo materno remunerado. Escolaridad materna.
Material predominante en el piso de la vivienda. Lactancia al seno materno.
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RM cruda. Material predominante en piso.
Paridad de la madre.