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How To Use Haberman Feeder by Mandy Haberman

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Published on Jun 11, 2010

Description
Medela SpecialNeeds Feeder (formerly known as the Haberman Feeder) is designed for babies with special feeding circumstances, such as cleft lip/plate or feeding/sucking problems. This item is available individually: 1 SpecialNeeds Feeder

Includes
- 80ml container (x1)
- Teat, collar, valve & disc assembly (x1 each)
- English/ French/ Spanish instructions

Features
- Variable flow rate controlled by feeder and baby
- Responds to the tongue and gum activity (stripping action) of baby rather than sucking
- Sensitive to the weakest feeding effort
- One-way valve prevents flooding or overwhelming the baby
- Autoclavable and boilable
- Container can be used with any Medela breast pump kit
- Sterile in factory sealed package

Benefits
- Reduces feeding time
- Controlled feed delivery
- Reduces wind, vomiting & colic
- Encourages normal sucking action
Aids oral development & speech
- Feed time more relaxed
- Promotes bonding
- Relieves frustration, stress & exhaustion
- Suitable for a wide range of conditions
- Promotes normal weight gain
- Offers an alternative to spoons, enlarged and/or extra holes in bottle nipples and nasogastric tubes.
- It is so effective and easy to use that it can change feeding sessions from difficult or traumatic experiences into a pleasurable activity for parent and baby

Notes
- The SpecialNeeds & Mini-SpecialNeeds Feeders are unsuitable for babies with a poor swallow reflex.
- Available in 2 teat (nipple) sizes: SpecialNeeds & Mini-SpecialNeeds (available separately) with starter teat for smaller or pre-term babies.
- Additional teats available separately.

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