The Supplemental Nursing System is an...
The Supplemental Nursing System is an ideal way to administer supplemental nutrition to babies while they are being breastfed. The system supports the unique bonding between mum and baby, motivating both of them to keep moving towards a more satisfying breastfeeding experience.
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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.
Keeping special-needs babies at the breast
Weak, ineffective or lazy nursers
Low-milk supply mothers
A teaching tool to "fingerfed" babies who have had difficulty latching onto the breast
|Enables mums to breastfeed when they would otherwise be unable to do so||Supports parental involvement|
|Helps to stimulate the mum’s milk supply through direct sucking at the breast||Supports unique contact between mum and baby|
|Trains the baby to suck properly by creating a vacuum at the breast||Allows adopted babies to be fed at the breast|
|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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