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Learn how to repair and rebuild a general high pressure pump. In this video you will learn to repair both the general pump high pressure seals as well as low pressure seals.
Please visit our website to purchase any general pump seals, plunger and valve kits.
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Electric Breast Pumps
Electric breast pumps are operated automatically and powered by battery and/or electricity.
Electric breast pumps can be single or double pumps. Single pumps extract milk one breast at a time, while double pumps extract milk from both breasts at the same time.
Double pumps are fast, efficient and easy to use.
Some pumps allow for control over both the strength of suction and the speed of expression.
Personal use electrical pumps are readily available and can be purchased from hospitals, baby stores, retail stores and through on-line retailers. It is important that you avoid using second-hand pumps or sharing pumps since diseases can be transmitted from one user to the next. (Note: Hygeia pumps can be used by multiple users as long as each mother provides and uses her own accessory kit).
Electric pumps are pricier than manual pumps and can range from approximately $200 and up.
Most come with a carrying case which makes transporting the pump easy.
Hospital-Grade Breast Pumps
Hospital-grade pumps are cleared by the FDA for use by multiple women. Each mom must have her own personal accessory kit.
Hospital-grade pumps are very effective. The suction strength and speed of expression can be adjusted accordingly. Some may even be programmed to cycle rapidly with a light suction for the first 2 minutes of pumping to elicit a let-down; then suction strength increases while speed of expression slows. This patterns mimic how a baby naturally nurses.
These pumps are larger, bulkier and not as easy to transport as personal pumps.
They are also very expensive and generally not as readily available for purchase. They can be rented for the day, week or monthly through hospitals and other pump rental stations (either found locally or on-line).
Once you have decided on the type of pump that you will need, it’s time to do some research on the brand of pump to purchase. There are many different brands to choose from which makes making a decision difficult. Medela and Ameda are the two most popular and can be found very easily. Hygeia offers breast pump which can be recycled and are able to be used by more than one user. Be sure to talk to other nursing moms and see what they liked about their pump, also read reviews on breast pumps. *Click on products and scroll down to see reviews and ratings*
Whichever type of breast pump you choose to use, it is important that you have the correct breast shield (flange) size to ensure optimal milk transfer and comfort. Breast shields come in a variety of sizes which vary slightly between pump manufacturers. Sizes are expressed in millimeter measurements and refer to the width of the opening where the nipple is inserted. Sizes range from 21 mm to 40 mm.
It is estimated that over 50% of moms will need another flange size than the one provided in the standard accessory kit and that 75% of moms will need a larger flange size two weeks after pumping has started1. How do you know if your breast shield is the right size? Watch your breast during a pumping session and look for the following:
Space is visible around your nipple when inserted into the breast shield.
Your nipple should not rub against the side of the flange
Your nipple should move freely within the tunnel.
If you are having issues with a low milk supply or your nipples are sore during or after a nursing session due to rubbing, a larger flange will most likely be needed. Remember, a lactation consultant can be a great resource if you are not able to determine which flange size is best for you.
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