breast pump


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breast pump

n
a device for extracting and collecting milk from the breast during lactation
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.
"Using a breast pump between breastfeeding could also help you recover between sessions and ease the pain.
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.
Described as the world's first all-in-one wearable breast pump that fits inside a bra, it incorporates a doughnut-shaped pouch/bag that holds breast milk.
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.