1 HUMAN MILK BANKING IN ITALY S. Arslanoglu, MD Associate Professor of Neonatology Scientific Director Italian Association of Human Milk Banks Milan,Italy
2 Donor Human Milk Bank A service with the purpose of selecting collecting screening storing and distributing donated human milk to meet the specific needs of individuals for whom HM is prescribed by health care providers.
3 Alexey Venetsianov Wet-Nurse with a Child, The origins of donor milk banking go back to earlier times when children were breast fed by friends, relatives or strangers - a practice referred to as "wet nursing". Evidence of the support for "wet nursing" is already present in the Code of Hammurabi.
4 The Code of Hammurabi Is a well-preserved Babylonian law code, dating to 1780 BC. The sixth Babylonian king, Hammurabi, enacted the code, and partial copies exist on a human-sized stone stele and various clay tablets. It is one of the oldest deciphered writings of significant length in the world.
5 The Code of Hammurabi In those days, children were thought to inherit the physical, mental and emotional traits of their wet nurse through the breast milk so selection of the nurse was felt to be very important. Wet nurses are described and include rules for wet nursing One of the rules stated that if a wet nurse had been feeding an infant who died for any reason, she was prohibited from taking on another infant to wet nurse.
6 Later on, European women made more money working as wet nurses than any other occupation open to women.
7 Transition from wet nursing to milk banking began in the early 1900 s
8 HISTORY OF HUMAN MILK BANKING WORLD 1909 Vienna 1st HMB in Europe 1910 Boston 1st HMB in USA 1919 Erfurt A model for Europe, USA 1943 USA AAP recommendations 1945 USA use of formula 1947 Paris LeLong introduces HM for preterm infants 1948 Amsterd Moedermelk Centrale ITALY
9 The first HMB in Vienna, 1909 Theodor Escherich ( ) Chair of Pediatrics ( ) at the University of Vienna Director of the St. Anna Childrens Hospital Indicated that the intestinal bacteria of the breast fed neonate was significantly different from infants fed in other ways (life saving properties of HM). His efforts resulted in eventual construction of the Imperial Institute for Maternal and Infant Care and the first HMB.
10 The second HMB in Boston, 1910
11 HISTORY OF HUMAN MILK BANKING WORLD 1909 Vienna 1st HMB in Europe 1910 Boston 1st HMB in USA 1919 Erfurt A model for Europe, USA 1943 USA AAP recommendations 1945 USA use of formula 1947 Paris LeLong introduces HM for preterm infants 1948 Amsterd Moedermelk Centrale ITALY st HMB in Italy Five HM banks 1985 Milan Human Milk Bank
12 The First 5 Banks in Italy
13 WHO/UNICEF Joint Statement, 1980 Where it is not possible for the biological mother to breastfeed, the first alternative, if available, should be the use of human milk from other sources. Human milk banks should be made available in appropriate situations.
14 American Academy of Pediatrics Working Group on Breastfeeding Human milk is the preferred feeding for all infants, including premature and sick newborns, with rare exceptions. When direct breastfeeding is not possible, expressed human milk, fortified when necessary for the premature infant, should be provided.
15 HUMAN MILK BANK OF MILAN - MMMH A Profitable Investment for Infants Future
16 Human Milk Bank of Milan Founded in November 1985 In 25 years of activity ( ): collected 27,000 lt of HM ( 1,100 liters/year) In 2010 : collected 1,671 lt of HM from 203 donors (126 int and 77 ext) 700 liters (42%) donated to other hospitals and external infants
17 Indications for using banked human milk 1. Feeding preterm infants 2. Term infants: Before initiation of lactation
18 Other Indications Allergies Formula intolerance Failure to thrive Postoperative nutrition Renal failure Inborn errors of metabolism Multiple births Immunological deficiencies
19 Human Milk Bank of Milan home collection of human milk (HM) electrical breast pumps provided at home quick macronutrient determinations by infrared analysis separation of HM fractions protein lyophilization and vacuum-pack storage HM supplementation with HM protein storage of HM according to protein content
20 Donor breastmilk: So precious we keep it in a bank
21 Donor breastmilk: So precious we keep it in a bank
22 HISTORY OF HUMAN MILK BANKING WORLD 1909 Vienna 1st HMB in Europe 1910 Boston 1st HMB in USA 1919 Erfurt A model for Europe, USA 1943 USA AAP recommendations 1945 USA use of formula 1947 Paris LeLong introduces HM for preterm infants 1948 Amsterd Moedermelk Centrale 1975 England Five large banks 1980 WHO/UNICEF Joint statement 1980 USA AAP recommendations 1985 USA HMBANA foundation 1989 France National law for HMB 1993 USA HMBANA recommendations 1995Canada Canadian Paediatric Society recommendations 2003 WHO/UNICEF Statement 2005 AAP recommendations 2010 Europe EMBA Foundation ITALY st HMB in Italy Five HM banks 1985 Milan Human Milk Bank National survey on HMB 2002 Guidelines of HMB nd National survey 2005 AIBLUD 2007 Revision of Guidelines 3 National Survey 2010 Revision of Guidelines J Maternal Fetal Neonatal Med
23 2000: 1 st Survey on Human Milk Banks in Italy
24 HUMAN MILK BANKS IN ITALY n De Nisi G, Ambruzzi AM, Bertino E, Donzelli G, Moro G, Pederzini F, Profeti C, Spreghini MR, Tonetto P. Linee Guida per la costituzione e l organizzazione di una BLUD. Società Italiana di Neonatologia 2002.
26 2005: 2 nd Survey on Human Milk Banks in Italy
27 2005 AFTER GUIDELINES.. HUMAN MILK BANKS (HMB) IN ITALY n.24 NEW HMB BARI CROTONE FOGGIA GROSSETO TREVISO VERSILIA...
28 2005 Impact of the GL Six new HM banks Increase in external donors Introduction of HACCP Diffusion of breast pumps Uniforming the milk processing and handling pasteurization (Holder -probe) storage (allarms, glass/polypropylen) thawing
29 HACCP Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points: a system utilized to control food production to assure the safety of the consumer CCP Critical Control Points : they identify the critical phases of the processing, where a particular risk attention is required GMP Good Manifacturing Practices : they identify the phases of the processing where critical points are not present, but the control is necessary
30 Donor selection C C P Equipment for milk expression Monouse milk bottles Collection at home Freezing at home Milk donation G M P Collection in hospital Freezing Collection by the Bank Disinfection of the equipment C C P Transportation to the Bank G M P Transportation to the Bank G M P Delivery of the milk G M P Acceptance of the milk G M P Acceptance of the milk G M P Thawing G M P Pasteurization Freezing and Storage C C P C C P Bottling Liquid milk G M P Distribution G M P Bottling Frozen milk G M P
31 rd Survey on Human Milk Banks in Italy
32 Survey on Human Milk Banks in Italy - June Human Milk Banks: 26 centers answered (100%) 23 centers filled the questionnaire 3 centers were not working anymore
33 2007 Survey among Italian Human Milk Banks: Questionnaire 1. Collection of mother s and of donor s milk 2. Only internal or also external donors 3. Service for home milk collection 4. Volume of milk collected in the last 2 years 5. Number of donors in the last 2 years 6. Space and staff 7. System of collection and delivery to the bank 8. Frequency of bacteriological tests on the milk
34 2007 Survey among Italian Human Milk Banks: Questionnaire 9. Technique of pasteurization 10. Temperature and duration of storage 11. Modality of storage: GA, PA, other 12. Modality of thawing 13. Equipment (pump, freezer, pasteuriser) 14. Type of container 15. Type of sterilization for material 16. Impact of the Guidelines on the Ba
35 3.Home collection service (23 centers) yes : 14 (60.9 %) no : 9 (39.1 %)
36 4.Volume of milk collected (n=21) (no registration in 2 centers) L in 1 year mean : 605 L/bank range : L
37 4.Volume of milk collected (21 centers) Volume N. of Centers % of 21 (liters) > < 350 * * 4 centers (19%) collected less than 50 liters in 1 year
38 5.Number of donors 21 banks (no registration in 2 centers) in 1 year mean : 60/bank range :
39 Pasteurisation of donor breastmilk 62.5 o C for 30 minutes Keep hard copy of the record of heat treatment with the records of each batch treated
40 Similarities / Differences among the Italian HMB Similarities Collection and delivery Pasteurisation technique Storage: temperature, duration, modality Differences Volumes of milks Bacteriological test Modality of thawing Number of donors Type of pasteuriser Type of containers Costs
41 Donor breastmilk: So precious we keep it in a bank
43 TWENTY- SIX MILK BANKS IN 2010 PIEMONTE Torino Prof. Enrico Bertino, Head Nurse Elisabetta Punziano Moncalieri Dr. Antonio Marra, Ms Patrizia Soriani LOMBARDIA Milano TOSCANA Arezzo Dr. Pier Giorgo D Ascola, Ms Manuela Caneschi Firenze Dr. Claudio Profeti, Dr. Fina Belli Grosseto Dr. Rita Bini, Ms Sandra Novelli Lido di Camaiore Dr. Ilaria Merusi, Ms Alessandra Manfredi Lucca Dr. Raffaele Domenici, Dr. Simona Tognetti, Ms Bruna Giampaoli Siena Prof. Mirella Strambi, Ms Angela Polese LAZIO Roma Dr. Giuseppe Morino, Dr. Anna Maria Cappelli TRENTINO ALTO ADIGE Trento Dr. Giuseppe De Nisi, Head Nurse Maria Luisa Zattoni FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA Udine Head Nurse Monica Fantini Pordenone Dr.Alberto Coprivez, Head Nurse Helene Huber, Ms Gianna Polletti VENETO Camposampiero Prof. Carlo Zorzi, Head Nurse Mariuccia Bruseghin Treviso Prof. Onofrio Sergio Saia ABRUZZO Chieti Dr. Mariangela Conte, Ms Lucilla Campione EMILIA ROMAGNA Cesena Dr. Augusto Biasini Modena Prof. Fabrizio Ferrari, Dr. Bruno Mordini, Head Nurse Giovanna Cuomo Reggio Emilia Dr. Giancarlo Gargano, Dr. Claudio Rota PUGLIA Bari Dr. Antonio del Vecchio, Ms Ottavia Binetti Foggia Dr. Giovanna Minelli, Dr. Rosario Magaldi San Giovanni Rotondo, Foggia Dr. Alberto Gatta, Dr. Antonio Villani, Dr. Pasqua Quitadamo CALABRIA Cosenza Dr. Maria Pia Galasso, Ms Francesca De Luca Crotone Dr. Massimo Bisceglia, Dr. Vincenzo Poerio SICILIA Agrigento Dr. Adriano Azzali, Head Nurse Fazeo Gioachino Palermo Dr. Iwona Kazmierska FOR COMMUNICATION Italian Association of Human Milk Banks - Associazione Italiana Banche del Latte Umano Donato (AIBLUD) Adress: c/o Biomedia, Via Libero Temolo 4, 20126, Milan, ITALY Website: Scientific Coordinator: Sertac Arslanoglu
44 HISTORY OF HUMAN MILK BANKING WORLD 1909 Vienna 1st HMB in Europe 1910 Boston 1st HMB in USA 1919 Erfurt A model for Europe, USA 1943 USA AAP recommendations 1945 USA use of formula 1947 Paris LeLong introduces HM for preterm infants 1948 Amsterd Moedermelk Centrale 1975 England Five large banks 1980 WHO/UNICEF Joint statement 1980 USA AAP recommendations 1985 USA HMBANA foundation 1989 France National law for HMB 1993 USA HMBANA recommendations 1995Canada Canadian Paediatric Society recommendations 2003 WHO/UNICEF Statement 2005 AAP recommendations 2010 Europe EMBA Foundation ITALY st HMB in Italy Five HM banks 1985 Milan Human Milk Bank National survey on HMB 2002 Guidelines of HMB nd National survey 2005 AIBLUD 2007 Revision of Guidelines 3 National Survey 2010 Revision of Guidelines J Maternal Fetal Neonatal Med
45 16 October 2010 Donor breastmilk: So precious we keep it in a bank
46 Donor breastmilk: So precious we keep it in a bank
47 President Guido Moro (Italy) Secretary Kerri Frischknecht (Switzerland) Vice President Gillian Weaver (UK) Treasurer Sertac Arslanoglu (Italy) Clair Yves Boquien (France) EMBA Staffan Polberger (Sweden) Anne Hagen Grovslien (Norway) Guy Putet (France) BOARD Corinna Gebauer (Germany) Antoni Gaya (Spain) Katarina Vicianova (Slovakia)
48 Donor breastmilk: So precious we keep it in a bank
49 Planned Human Donor Banks Croa tia Germany Greece Ita ly Portuga l Slovenia Spa in Turkey Donor breastmilk: So precious we keep it in a bank
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