The Special Needs Feeder is designed for babies with facial or oral problems that hamper their ability to maintain adequate suction for feeding. The specially designed valve and silicone feeder adjust milk flow to suit baby’s needs.
The Supplemental Nursing System (SNS) is a feeding tube device to provide babies long-term 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. Learn More
Over 2,000 hospitals in the US give newborns the Philips AVENT Soothie pacifier, which are sized and shaped for baby's developing mouth. Its one-piece construction adheres to the American Academy of Pediatric guidelines. Learn More
Cigna, Emblem, Humana HMO plans, Blue Shield of Michigan, Aetna HMO plans, and HIP Medicaid require prescriptions for the purchase of electric breast pumps using insurance. You may send prescriptions to our secure fax at 855-291-5930.