Minggu, 08 April 2012

Preparing Formula Milk Bottle at Home

New Safety Warnings
Child formula milk powder is not steril1. Milk may contain bacteria that can cause serious infections in children. By preparing the child and prepare infant formula correctly, you can reduce the risk of exposure to disease. This booklet contains new information to help you prepare formula milk in the bottle as safe as possible.
Breast is best
World Health Organization (World Health Organization - WHO) recommends that infants are exclusively breastfed for the first 6 months. Infants who were exclusively breastfed will get the best start for growth, development, and health. Babies who are breastfed need not obtain a suitable breastmilk substitutes, such as infant formula.
Clean, Sterilize, and Saving
It is imperative that all equipment used for providing and preparing baby food (for example, bottles, bottle caps) has been thoroughly ersihkan and sterilized thoroughly before use. Washing and sterilizing equipment to kill harmful bacteria that can grow and make children sick.
• Washing
Wash your hands with soap and water, dry with a dry cloth.Wash all equipment used forprovide and prepare food withthoroughly with soapy waterhot, use a bottle brush and dot netto scrub the inside and outside of bottles anddot to convince all the leftovers have beenpurged from the hard to reach.Rinse thoroughly with clean water.
• Sterilization
Equipment that has been washed can be sterilized by using a tool on the market(By following the instructions of use) or a pot and boiling water.Fill a large pot with water.Place the dishes and food preparation that has been washed into the water. Make sure all equipment surfaces submerged in water and no water bubbles.Cover the pan and allow it to boil, make sure the water in the pot does not evaporate outLeave the pan covered until tablewarewill be used
• Storage
Wash and dry your hands before handling utensils that have been sterilized.It is recommended you use the cleaned feeding and preparation equipmentthat have been sterilized. If you move the equipment is sterilizing beforeYou need it, put it in the enclosed dry. Whole raft of milk bottles ifYou move from instrument sterilizer before you need it. This willprevent the inside of the bottle, the outside and the dot becomes more polluted.
How to Prepare Milk Bottle
Clean and sanitize the surfaces to be used to provide foodWash your hands using soap and water, dry with a clean cloth or disposable.Boil water. If using an automatic kettle, wait until the kettle switches off. If using a pot to boil, make sure the water has boiledRead the instructions on the formula's packaging to determine the amount of water and powdered milk as you need. Increase or decrease the dose can make your child sick.To avoid scalds, pour the correct amount of water into a bottle of milk that had been washed and sterilized. The water temperature must not be lower than 70o Celsius, so do not let more than 30 minutes after boiling.Add the correct amount of formula milk into the water in the bottle.Mix thoroughly by shaking the bottleslowly.Immediately cool the temperature of the milk bottleput the bottle under cold running water, or by placing in ice water or ice cubes. Thus you do not contaminate the milk, make sure the water does not flow beyond the limit cap.Dry the exterior of the bottle with a dry cloth or disposable.Check the temperature of the feed by dripping a little onto the palm of your hand. It should feel warm, not hot. If you still feel the heat, let cool for longer.Give your childDiscard the rest of the milk is not unwell within two hours.
Warning:Never use a microwave to prepare or warm milkformula in a bottle. Microwaves heat unevenly and can cause "hot spots"that can burn baby's mouth.
Can I save the rest of the milk in a bottle to drink later?It is safest to prepare a fresh feed every time is needed, andto drink. This is because the milk that has created ideal conditions forbacteria to grow - especially if stored at room temperature. If you need to preparemilk is used first and then, they should be prepared in severalindividual bottles, cooled quickly and placed in a refrigerator (not higher than 5 º C).Discard any unused milk within 24 hours.
Warning:If you do not have a secure refrigerator for storing milk formula from the beginning - alwaysprepare a fresh feed every time you need it.How do I Warms bottles from the fridge?• Remove the bottle just before it takes• Warm the bottle is not more than 15 minutes. Can warm up with a way to put in the place of warm water, make sure the water level below the top of the bottle. Whisk or shake the bottle occasionally to heat evenly• Check the temperature of the feed by dripping a little onto your palm. It should feel warm, not hot• Discard any milk that is warmed again to not be taken within 2 hours
Warning:Never use a microwave to prepare or warm milkformula in a bottle. Microwaves heat unevenly and can cause "hot spots"that can burn baby's mouth.
Can I bring a bottle of milk that had been prepared before I travel?Perhaps, but make sure the milk in the bottle has cooled before being taken and fixed incold during the trip. This will slow or stopthe growth of harmful bacteria.• Prepare the milk as usual, cool quickly and place it in the refrigerator (temperature no higher than 5 º C)• Remove the frozen milk from the refrigerator just before you go, put in a bag with ice / ice packs.• You can put the milk in a refrigerator at your destination or re-heated when needed.
If your trip is more than two hours, the milk that has been made not to remain cool. Thus you have to prepare feeds as you need. Bring milkformula correct amount needed into a place that has been washed and sterilized,and milk as usual prepared using water that has cooled mendidhtemperature of not less than 70o C.
What if I can not get the water boiling?The safest way to prepare the milk is to use water that is boiled andcooled to a temperature of not less than 70 º C.• If you can not boil water, you can use the milk sterile liquid infant formula• Alternatively, you can prepare feeds using a clean boiled water at room temperature and drink immediately• Milk prepared with water temperature less than 70 º C and not to be used later• Discard any remaining milk is not consumed for 2 hours
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