THE EFFECT OF USING NIPPLE INNOVATION ON SUCCESS OF BREASTFEEDING IN POST CESAREAN SECTION MOTHERS WITH SHORT NIPPLES

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Jatuporn Permpornsakul
Piyarat Rodkaew
Uthoomporn Dulyakaseam

Abstract

          This research aimed to study the effect of usingnipple innovation on success of breastfeeding in post cesarean section mothers with short nipples by comparing the length of nipple and the LATCH score before and after using nipple innovation. The one - group research model tested before and after the experiment was designed. The sample was 30 post cesarean section mothers with short nipples at Post - partum department, Maharaj Nakhon Si Thammarat Hospital and was selected by purposive sampling technique during October 2017 - September 2018.The instruments were nipple innovation and recording form. Analyzed data by frequency, percentage, average, standard deviation and t - tested. The result showed as follows. 1) The averages length of both nipples in early stage after cesarean section with using nipple innovation was statistically significant more than early stage after cesarean section without using nipple innovation and the average length of both nipples on the day of discharge without using nipple innovation was statistically significant more than early stage after cesarean section without using nipple innovation. 2) The average LATCH score in early stage after cesarean section with using nipple innovation was statistically significant more than early stage after cesarean section without using nipple innovation and the average LATCH score on the day of discharge without using nipple innovation was statistically significant more than early stage after cesarean section without using nipple innovation. In conclusion, this study has demonstrated that the effect of usingnipple innovation induced mothers to have longer nipples, the LATCH score increased. This was caused post cesarean section mothers with short nipples, which enabled successful breastfeeding.

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Permpornsakul, J., Rodkaew, P., & Dulyakaseam, U. (2021). THE EFFECT OF USING NIPPLE INNOVATION ON SUCCESS OF BREASTFEEDING IN POST CESAREAN SECTION MOTHERS WITH SHORT NIPPLES. Journal of MCU Nakhondhat, 8(2), 153–167. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JMND/article/view/250495
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