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breast pump

n
a device for extracting and collecting milk from the breast during lactation
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Translations
sacaleche
rintapumppu
tiralatte
bröstpump
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 30, 2019-: India Breast Pump Market Opportunity, Price and Sales Outlook, 2025
This month I'm travelling to China to introduce our new physiology-based breast pump to healthcare professionals.
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I was sceptical of trying breast pump at first as I had skin infection around my breast area but once I started using it with my gynaecologist suggestion I realised there is no such danger that comes with breast pumping.
Summary: Breast Pump Market size was valued over USD 750 million in 2017, and is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 8.5% during 2017-2024.
Such is the story of Beng Feliciano and Maricel Cua, whose friendship was founded in college and bloomed over the years: From working in a multinational company, to getting married and having children, to being the official distributor of breast pump brand from Switzerland, Medela.
SCOTTISH Labour's health spokeswoman has urged the SNP Government to put a breast pump in its baby box for new mums.
Breast milk was expressed using a personal electric breast pump and was not combined with any additives such as fortifier or infant formula.
A new survey shared exclusively with Bloomberg from Aeroflow, a breast pump maker, found that half of the 773 women surveyed had concerns that breast-feeding at work could impact their career growth.
Freemie[R] offers a hands-free breastmilk collection system with the Freemie Liberty Mobile Hands Free Breast Pump System and Next Generation Freemie Closed System Collection Cups.