Supplemental Nursing System
Designed for weak or preterm babies, suckling training, stimulating breastmilk production, feeding adopted babies with breastmilk or long-term supplemental feeding
The Supplemental Nursing System enables women to breastfeed who would not otherwise be able to do so. The Supplemental Nursing System is hung around the neck and thin tubes are placed on top of the nipple. The baby cannot feel the tubes during feeding. Some babies with a weak or irregular suckling are not able to acquire enough nutrients through nursing. In these cases, the Supplemental Nursing System can help with supplemental feeding.