Breastfeeding is always recommended in mothers with children under 1 year of age. But when a mother has a disease that requires medication, the top concern is whether the drug is transmitted through maternal remedies and affecting her child.
The book “Medications and Mothers Milk” is written by leading experts in pharmacology. It contains information around the topic of whether the drug is in breast milk, which drug is safe and which is not safe for breast-fed infants.
The information is presented in detail, updated, complete, based on the evidence so the reliability is high.
This new update is updated and revised quite a lot of content, adding up to nearly 40 new drugs used in many different types of diseases, including vaccines, the use of chemotherapy or radiotherapy in cancer in breast-feeding mothers. The book offers recommendations for reducing infant risk and child care and follow-up.