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Human lactation. I. Resistance of human milk to bacterial contamination



Human lactation. I. Resistance of human milk to bacterial contamination



Boletin Medico del Hospital Infantil de Mexico 36(4): 599-604



Bacteriological examination was carried out of hands, nipples, and expressed milk of 10 milk donors whose infants were away in hospital, as well as of hands of 10 nursing staff who helped individually in the regular expression of milk.

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