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18. Reasons for pumping and type of pump to use.

d. Example: Kaneson Breast Pump

(a) Used to relieve postpartum engorgement or for the woman to pump breast milk for the baby who is unable to nurse.   (b) Parts: I plastic flange, 1 plastic bottle (flange fits inside bottle; 1 rubber gasket (on flange), 2 plastic nipple adaptors, 1 plastic cover, 1 rubber nipple, 1 bottle brush, 2 extra rubber gaskets.   (c) Procedure for pumping

The woman should wash her hands and do breast massage and hand expression.
If the milk is not in yet, warm compresses may be used in addition to massage before pumping.
Place plastic flange inside the plastic bottle. Place nipple adapter in flange as necessary.
Lubricate plastic flange with sterile water or breast milk.
Place pump on nipple slightly off center.
Pull pump out as far as comfortable, allowing milk to flow.
Push in pump and pull out again, repeating process.
Pump 3 to 5 minutes per side, rotating back and forth as necessary.
If milk is to be frozen, chill and freeze as soon as possible (chilled milk may be layered in a frozen bottle; collect 31/2 ounces in a 4-ounce bottle.)

  (d) Procedure for cleaning

Disassemble pump-flange and bottle (do not remove rubber gasket).
Wash with household disinfectant.
Double wrap and date pieces and autoclave.
No need to autoclave nipple, battle brush, and extra gaskets. Keep these in box.

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