Time: July 24, 2018 at 6pm to July 24, 2019 at 7pm
Location: No.1599 FengPu Avenue, FengXian District, ShangHai, China.
Website or Map: http://www.bhsbearings.com
Phone: 86 21 33655589
Event Type: business
Organized By: wall base
Latest Activity: Jul 24, 2018
The porter system was now commenced, and from a pint to a pint and a half of this beverage was taken in the four and twenty hours. The porter was ordered to be left off; remedial measures were prescribed; and all symptoms, both in parent and child, were after a while removed, and health restored.
This implies, however, a careful attention on the part of the mother to her own health; for that of her child is essentially dependent upon it.
A young mother very frequently runs into a serious error in this particular, considering every expression of uneasiness as an indication of appetite, and whenever the infant cries offering it the breast, although ten minutes may not have elapsed since its last meal. Both parent and child continued in excellent health during the remaining period of suckling, and the latter did not taste artificial food until the ninth month, the parent's milk being all-sufficient for its wants. If nursed as suggested, it will be found to awaken, as the hour for its meal approaches, with great regularity.
At the expiration of a week or so it is essentially necessary, and with some children this vertical bearing may be done with safety from the first day of suckling, to nurse the infant at regular intervals of three or four hours, day and night. The patient had gone into the lying-in-room in full health, had had a good time, and came out from her chamber (comparatively) as strong as she entered it.From the first moment the infant is applied to the breast, it must be nursed upon a certain plan. With the latter it soon becomes a habit; to induce it, however, it must be taught early.
The following case proves the correctness of this statement:
A young lady, confined with her first child, left the lying-in room at the expiration of the third week, a good nurse, and in perfect health. This was resorted to, not because there was any deficiency in the supply of milk, for it was ample, and the infant thriving upon it; but because, having become a nurse, she was told that it was usual and necessary, and that without it her milk and strength would ere long fail. Her constitution had not been previously worn down by repeated child-bearing and nursing, she had an ample supply of milk, and was fully capable, therefore, of performing the duties which now devolved upon her, without resorting to any unusual stimulant or support.