Pigeon Feeder with Long Nipple for Cleft Palate
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- Specially designed for infants with cleft palate or poor sucking strength.
- Designed with utmost care to provide comfort to the baby.
- Latex free nipple.
- Volume of the bottle: 120 ml.
- Helps mothers to feed their babies more effectively.
- This cleft palate nipple will fit on most standard size bottles.
- Ideal for both indoor and outdoor use.
- Convenient to use, carry, sterilize and clean.
Pigeon feeder with long nipple has a unique nipple with simple one-way valve that allows milk to flow only when sucked or compressed by your infant's tongue; ideal for babies with cleft palate or poor sucking strength.
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- Pigeon plastic nursing bottle designed for cleft palate with long nipple.
- Designed to ensure successful feeding of infants with cleft palate or poor sucking strength.
- Its nipple has Y-cut tip and the plastic one-way valve prevents negative pressure.
- It is latex-free, cross-cut nipple has a thick and a thin side that gives baby the advantage of easily compressible nipple.
- An ingenious air control feature to control the rate of flow just by loosening or tightening the cap slightly.
Directions of Use
- Pour warm milk / water into the bottle which is well sterilized already.
- Feed your baby with it.
- Immediately after each use, rinse in water and wash with pigeon liquid cleanser.
- Use a nylon brush to wash glass bottles.
- Be sure to sterilize before each use.
- Store in a cool and dry place.
- Avoid direct sunlight.
- Keep out of reach of children.
A cleft palate is a split or opening in the roof of the mouth of the baby; this occurs when the tissue doesn’t fuse together during development in the womb.
You can feed with the baby with cleft palate using pigeon feeder with long nipple as it is specially designed with long nipple to ensure successful feeding of babies with cleft palate or poor sucking strength.
It is important to sterilize your baby’s essentials during the first year of your baby’s life as they are more prone to infections.
You should keep the bottles and nipples in boiling water for at least 5 minutes to sterilize; but make sure the bottle components do not rest against the hot sides of the container.
You can wash feeding bottle with soap / cleanser; but make sure that, it is mild and does not contain any harmful chemical.