Impact of breastfeeding or bottle‐feeding on surgical wound dehiscence after cleft lip repair in infants: a systematic review protocol

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  title={Impact of breastfeeding or bottle‐feeding on surgical wound dehiscence after cleft lip repair in infants: a systematic review protocol},
  author={Eriko Matsunaka and Shingo Ueki and Kiyoko Makimoto},
  journal={JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports},
  year={2015},
  volume={13},
  pages={3–11}
}
Review question/objective The objective of this systematic review is to examine the impact of breastfeeding or bottle‐feeding on surgical wound dehiscence after cleft lip repair in infants. Background Immediately after cleft lip repair in infants, breastfeeding and bottle‐feeding are generally restricted. Alternative feeding methods such as spoon‐feeding are recommended to avoid placing tension on the surgical wound.1,2 However, some studies have reported that alternative feeding methods are a… 

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