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  • Supplemental Nursing System Short-term use
  • Supplemental Nursing System long-term use

Medela - Supplemental Nursing System

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The Supplemental Nursing System (SNS) is a feeding tube device to provide babies 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.

The SNS can also be used for:

  • Inducing lactation
  • Keeping special-needs babies at the breast
  • Premature babies
  • Failure-to-thrive babies
  • Impaired babies
  • Low-milk supply mothers
  • Relactating mothers
  • A teaching tool to "fingerfed" babies who have had difficulty latching onto the breast

The supplemental nursing system should be used under the guidance of a professional International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. Learn more about our in-office consultstelephone consults and video SKYPE consults by clicking on the provided link.

Short-Term SNS Device:

  • Disposable system for short-term (24-hour) use
  • Includes 80 mL bottle
  • Ideal for moms to give supplemented feedings at the breast
  • Quick Clip™ attaches to mom’s clothing for easy convenience
  • Sterile packaging
  • For immediate use out of the package
  • BPA/DEHP free

Long-Term SNS Device:

  • Made without BPA. 
  • Ideal for long-term supplemental feedings at the breast
  • Provides assistance to mothers and babies facing special long-term challenges
  • Adjustable flow-rate system
  • Allows mothers to control the flow of liquid to the infant
  • Color-coded valves with attached tubing
  • Helps mothers to manage different feed rates
  • Adjustable neck strap. 
  • Sterile packaging
  • Ready to use

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