Electronic resources: BF apps

Electronic resources: BF apps 2018-01-11T00:18:00-05:00

Breast Feeding Friend: allows moms to keep track of which side they should be feeding their baby on; timing of feeds, logging and graphing of progress
Baby Nursing / Breast Feeding Tracker: allows tracking of baby’s nursing records; keeps detailed info such as most recent feeding, daily average, cumulative totals; calculation of milk fed in ounces and baby weight; take photos for reference, store locations of feeding; track and plot baby’s height, weight, head circumference; diary feature for storing feeding notes, provides info on benefits of breastmilk, breastfeeding, and breastpumping tips, breastmilk storage guidelines and instant access to other online resources; stores baby’s profile to track breastfeeding, breastpumping, sleeping and diaper changes with option to send log to pediatrician; tracks activities for up to 6 babies; can use to find breastfeeding- and pumping-friendly locations in your local area and add your own personal locations.
Breast Feeding Tabulator: keep track of your baby’s breast/bottle feeding times with notes such as medications given; when feeding with a bottle, you can record the amount your baby has had; know at a glance when last fed; have feeding “groups” for intermittent feeding or multiple sides; tap the Android Breast Feeding Tabulator App icon in the main window to take and have pic of your baby there; some useful statistics can be seen in the Stats Page
Breast Feeding: produced in association with the NHS Portsmouth Supports Breast Feeding campaign; includes the following main sections: thinking about breastfeeding?, early days, partners page, getting help with breastfeeding, looking after yourself, out & about with your baby, FAQs
AndNursingLog Free: tracks breast feedings of your baby; helps mothers track feeding length and frequency, volume fed, and last breast used to feed; allows for exporting of the feeding history to a spreadsheet; tracking for multiple babies possible
Breastmilk Counts: teaches how breastfeeding is good for moms and babies; 10 tips for breast feeding success; breastfeeding positions chart; how to latch; find lactation help; breastfeeding laws
Baby Feeding Timer: easily time and track feeding your baby and pumping milk; easily track feeding your baby and pumping milk with this intuitive app; timers page shows a picture of your baby as it times nursing, bottle feeding, or pumping. While timing breastfeeding, it shows both the total time and the time on the current side. All timers can be paused; data page shows a list of all feedings and pumping sessions you have recorded. All entries can be easily edited to fix errors or add additional information; summary page provides helpful information about the last 24 hours.
Coffective – FREE education and support tool for future moms, current moms, and their support systems and is a mobile app that was developed by pregnancy and breastfeeding experts including Cathy Carothers of Every Mother, Inc. The app helps mothers prepare for the hospital experience by providing checklists, informative text, and pictures all within a clean, readable design. You may wish to refer moms to this app as a helpful adjunct to their existing breastfeeding services already offered. 
Mamava – Apple/android mobile app that allows mothers to locate every Mamava suite (clean, safe places to pump/breastfeed), as well as over 1200 other pumping-friendly locations in the US. Additionally app allows users to create breastfeeding goals, add photos of your babes to help with letdown while pumping, promote lactation by listening to Mamava’s guided lactation meditation and enjoy helpful breastfeeding tips brought to you by Mamava and our partners
LactMed: part of the National Library of Medicine’s (NLM) Toxicology Data Network (TOXNET®), is a database of drugs and other chemicals to which breastfeeding mothers may be exposed; includes information on the levels of such substances in breast milk and infant blood, and the possible adverse effects in the nursing infant; suggested alternatives are provided to those drugs where appropriate; all data are derived from the scientific literature and fully referenced; data are organized into substance-specific records, which provide a summary of the pertinent reported information