Delhi to get its first human milk bank

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Fortis La Femme in partnership with the Breast Milk Bank Foundation launched the first bank human milk city of New Delhi-NCR April 26 This initiative joint milk bank has been called as “Amaara ‘, and will be formally launched at 11.30 am on Monday. Mr. Bhavdeep Singh, CEO of Fortis Healthcare will be present at the opening, which will be followed by a press conference. Fortis La Femme has been providing clinical services of high quality for the past 11 years and is established as a center of excellence for mother and baby.

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the tertiary care level 3 NICU of Fortis La Femme has been instrumental in saving the life of infants countless sick and premature , and is the tertiary referral center chosen attention through NCR for neonatal care. While clinical studies have demonstrated the efficacy of breast milk, especially in babies pre-term banking human breast milk is still at a very nascent stage in India with very few milk banks (mostly in Rajasthan and Pune), mainly in the field of public health.

The basic program of the Bank Amaara milk include not only the collection, processing and distribution of donated milk, but collaboration with government agencies and non-governmental organizations to promote awareness of breastfeeding and acceptance of donor milk. Other issues related to the donation of breast milk as how to breastfeed her premature baby; good or beneficial is breast milk; what a human milk bank; Who can donate milk and benefits of human milk banking it was also highlighted during the event breast.

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Source: ANI

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