The Medela Supplemental Nursing...
The Medela Supplemental Nursing System helps new mothers to feed new babies. It hangs from the neck and allows a mother to feed baby at the breast with the benefit of triggering the hormonal response attributed to generating milk flow in the mother.
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The Supplemental Nursing System (SNS) is a feeding tube device to provide babies long-term supplemental feedings at the breast. When a baby is at breast over a period of days or weeks, a hormonal mechanism is triggered that causes milk to be produced.
|Made without BPA: All parts that come into contact with breast milk are not made with BPA||Color-coded valves with attached tubing: Helps mothers to manage different feed rates|
|Ideal for long-term supplemental feedings at the breast: Provides assistance to mothers and babies facing special long-term challenges||Adjustable neck strap: Our neck strap makes for a more convenient feeding experience for moms|
|Adjustable flow-rate system: Allows mothers to control the flow of liquid to the infant||Sterile packaging: Ready to use|
|◦1 Supplemental Nursing System container with 150 ml capacity|
|◦1 adjustable neck cord|
|◦1 valve holder|
|◦1 attachment ring|
|◦3 sizes of tubing with attached valves|
Breastmilk is the preferred nutrition for babies. Clinicians may recommend other fluids, fortifiers and/or medications to meet the baby's medical and nutritional needs.
The large tubing is 0.85mm in diameter and has a clear top.
The medium tubing is 0.75mm in diameter and has a white top.
The small tubing is 0.65mm in diameter and has a red top.
The system can be primed by squeezing feed from the container into the tubing. Release only one side of the tubing at a time from the attachment ring when feeding the baby. Gently tickle the babies lip with the nipple and tube.
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