by momandbabyshop 11,694 views
Total care using breastfeeding products from Medela
Medela aims to promote the health of mother and baby thanks to the vital benefits of mother's milk. They provide you with solutions and lots of useful information about breastfeeding.
Breastfeeding is the best option for babies
Mother's milk is the best nutrition for babies. Medela promotes breastfeeding and supports families at this time of life. Medela's breastfeeding products and the results of our research will help you to make breastfeeding as simple as possible.
Medela's breastfeeding products incorporate over 30 years of evidence-based research. To understand mothers needs and babies behavior, Medela closely works with leading universities in the field of breastfeeding and human lactation. Helping mothers to express milk is our core competency. Medela has included the research-based 2-Phase Expression Technology into their breast pumps, which makes them one of the world's leading companies in this area.
Medela is renowned for excellence in evidence-based research - an attitude that has enabled them to develop the most advanced breast pump technology. For almost 50 years, Medela has helped to enhance babies' health through the life-giving benefits of breast milk and supports mothers during their breastfeeding time. Medela continues to do so: they work with experienced medical professionals and seek collaboration with universities, hospitals and research institutions worldwide
by edhill1988 12,018 views
Hey y'all! I've had a few requests to do a product review on my breast pump. Since I am no longer using it, I thought that now would be the perfect time to give my HONEST opinion!
by onetinysuitcase 20,955 views
One Tiny Suitcase, an authorized rental station for MEDELA products shows you the features of the MEDELA Symphony pump for new moms.
New moms in Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg enjoy FREE delivery of our Medela Symphony breast pump rentals.
If you are pregnant and looking for Breastfeeding information, please visit our website at www.OneTinySuitcase.com
by momandbabyshop 685,347 views
Symphony is the latest innovation from Medela in hospital-grade electric double pumps. With breakthrough 2-Phase Expression pumping, Symphony is proven to reduce pumping time through faster let-down and milk flow and remove as much milk as a breastfeeding baby.
2-Phase Expression is an advanced pumping pattern that mimics nursing rhythm of your baby by pumping in two distinct modes
- Let-down Mode: Simulates initial rapid suckling of your baby to initiate faster milk flow, or let-down.
- Expression Mode: Simulates slower, deeper suckling of your baby for maximum milk flow in less time.
- More efficient and comfortable than ever
- Unique overflow protection
- Double or single pumping
- Electric or battery use
- One knob control
- Whisper quiet operation
- Easy to clean
- All parts that come into contact with breastmilk are BPA*/ DEHP Free
- Carrying case, double pumping kit, and vehicle lighter adapter for the Symphony sold separately
- Symphony Breast Pump with power cord #0240108
- Symphony 2.0 Program Card - English or Spanish
- Container Stand
- Protector for Card/Cord
- 3-year limited warranty
by breastmates 77,340 views
http://www.breastmates.co.nz A quick demonstration recorded by Breastmates to show you how small the Medela Freestyle double breast pump is, how quiet it is to use. It starts off pumping at a fast rate to stimulate milk let down, then when your milk is flowing you push the button and the pump changes to a slower longer rhythm. This is a very quiet and comfortable pump to use.
by momandbabyshop 2,593 views
Q&A about Intimate Apparel
by momandbabyshop 7,831 views
Watch the Bra Fitting Video and learn how to select the correct nursing bra and find your right fit.
by breastmates 59,987 views
http://www.breastmates.co.nz This video recorded by Breastmates shows a mum latching and feeding her baby. There is also a Lacta-Aid (Medela Supplemental Nutrition System) which is a tube which goes inside baby's mouth. The baby gets milk from the tube aswell as breast milk. For this baby, the tube contains formula to give baby a top up feed, and to help mum. This mum is doing a fantastic job getting nutrition into her baby.
by cugalde10 8,464 views
The Haberman Feeder is a specialized feeder for babies with cleft palate and other special feeding problems. In this video Dr. Kevin Smith from Oklahoma City is describing how to use the Haberman Feeder. Dr. Smith dedicates his practice to Craniofacial and Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery.
by momandbabyshop 15,829 views
Dr. Alanna Levine, Pediatrician discusses about some of the basic requirements for a new mom going back to work. She suggests Medela's Freestyle breast pump, Easy Expression hands free pumping bra, and Motherlove's herbal supplements. Mom's Back to Work Breast Feeding Guide - ABC News.
by Babies411 94,251 views
http://4babi.es/Recommended-Breast-Pumps (Breast Pumps & Accessories)
Let Babies 411 show you how to assemble a Medela Pump in Style Electric Breast Pump.
Manual Breast Pumps Manual breast pumps are hand-operated and work by repeatedly squeezing or pumping the handle to express milk. The advantage to using this type of pump is that it is small and affordable. These pumps express one breast at a time and can be very time consuming. It is best to use a manual pump if you only need to pump periodically.
by Babies411 143,141 views
Let Babies 411 show you how to assemble a Medela Pump in Style Electric Breast Pump.
Electric Breast Pumps Electric breast pumps are operated automatically and powered by battery and/or electricity. Electric breast pumps can be single or double pumps. Single pumps extract milk one breast at a time, while double pumps extract milk from both breasts at the same time. Double pumps are fast, efficient and easy to use. Some pumps allow for control over both the strength of suction and the speed of expression. Personal use electrical pumps are readily available and can be purchased from hospitals, baby stores, retail stores and through on-line retailers. It is important that you avoid using second-hand pumps or sharing pumps since diseases can be transmitted from one user to the next. (Note: Hygeia pumps can be used by multiple users as long as each mother provides and uses her own accessory kit). Electric pumps are pricier than manual pumps and can range from approximately $200 and up. Most come with a carrying case which makes transporting the pump easy.
Hospital-Grade Breast Pumps Hospital-grade pumps are cleared by the FDA for use by multiple women. Each mom must have her own personal accessory kit. Hospital-grade pumps are very effective. The suction strength and speed of expression can be adjusted accordingly. Some may even be programmed to cycle rapidly with a light suction for the first 2 minutes of pumping to elicit a let-down; then suction strength increases while speed of expression slows. This patterns mimic how a baby naturally nurses. These pumps are larger, bulkier and not as easy to transport as personal pumps. They are also very expensive and generally not as readily available for purchase. They can be rented for the day, week or monthly through hospitals and other pump rental stations (either found locally or on-line).
Once you have decided on the type of pump that you will need, it's time to do some research on the brand of pump to purchase. There are many different brands to choose from which makes making a decision difficult. Medela and Ameda are the two most popular and can be found very easily. Hygeia offers breast pump which can be recycled and are able to be used by more than one user. Be sure to talk to other nursing moms and see what they liked about their pump, also read reviews on breast pumps. *Click on products and scroll down to see reviews and ratings*
Whichever type of breast pump you choose to use, it is important that you have the correct breast shield (flange) size to ensure optimal milk transfer and comfort. Breast shields come in a variety of sizes which vary slightly between pump manufacturers. Sizes are expressed in millimeter measurements and refer to the width of the opening where the nipple is inserted. Sizes range from 21 mm to 40 mm.
It is estimated that over 50% of moms will need another flange size than the one provided in the standard accessory kit and that 75% of moms will need a larger flange size two weeks after pumping has started1. How do you know if your breast shield is the right size? Watch your breast during a pumping session and look for the following: Space is visible around your nipple when inserted into the breast shield. Your nipple should not rub against the side of the flange Your nipple should move freely within the tunnel.
If you are having issues with a low milk supply or your nipples are sore during or after a nursing session due to rubbing, a larger flange will most likely be needed. Remember, a lactation consultant can be a great resource if you are not able to determine which flange size is best for you.
by DadLabs 1,500 views
http://www.DadLabs.com - DadLabs has always had a certain comfort level with breastfeeding and breast pumps. (Ask Daddy Brad about that last one.) Last year, Daddy Clay was lucky enough to meet Marla, the breast pumping mom from Medela. (Check out their meeting at https://www.dadlabs.com/Gear-Daddy/how-to-reassure-breast-pu
mping-moms.html) As fate would have it, he ran into her and her nursing bra again at this year's ABC Baby Expo. This time, it's awkward. DadLabs Ep. 597 is brought to you by BabyBjorn. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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by ://CORPORACT 12,002 views
Inventor and entrepreneur, Mandy Haberman, (http://www.mandyhaberman.com) talks about her first invention, the Haberman Feeder. The Haberman Feeder has become an essential medical tool that is widely used for a variety of feeding difficulties, including cleft lip/palate, neurological dysfunction, congenital heart disease and genetic disorders. More recently it has been recommended by The Baby Whisperer as the best bottle for breast-fed babies.
by BPAtruthdotcom 35,129 views
http://bpatruth.com/ This is an in depth look at the dangers of bisphenol a (bpa), and recommendations to avoid it. It includes topics such as bpa free baby bottles, pacifiers, sterilizers, teether, and breast-feeding. Brands such as bpa free Gerber, avent, dr. browns, etc.
by shopthehaven 28,744 views
http://www.shopthehaven.com Teresa from A Mother's Haven Boutique & Educational Center demonstrates the different parts needed for the Medela Symphony Hospital Grade Rental Breast Pump. She also describes the different features of the pump & provides an overall "How to" video to help new moms use the rental pump and all its parts with ease.
Please visit http://www.shopthehaven.com/medela-symphony-breastpump.html for more information about renting a Medela Breast Pump. You can also buy all of the Medela pumps, pump parts, and accessories at http://www.shopthehaven.com/breastfeeding-pumps-and-parts.ht
A Mother's Haven Boutique & Educational Center
15928 Ventura Blvd Ste 116, Encino, CA 91436
818-380-3111 * http://www.shopthehaven.com
by E! Entertainment 80,045 views
Kourtney schools Khloe on the art of breastfeeding. Plus, can Kourtney really party like she used to? For the hottest E! videos, subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/user/EEntertainment
by newbabyproductreview 30,966 views
Medela swing electric breast pump review based on personal experience. It's a great pump, small and easy to use. For more detail on the pump and pricing, come visit my site. Also find FREE baby products and coupons!!
by Aliwisha1 53,926 views
I describe how I clean and sanitize my breastpump parts. Also how long they last and when to change the membranes.