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Hazelbaker Finger Feeder
List Price: $49.95
Our Price: $47.95
Sale Price: $39.95
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Brand: A&E FingerFeeders

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MPN #: 100071

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The Hazelbeker Finger Feeder is a special need baby feeding device that was designed to be easily used in one hand, ensuring feed consistency. When baby cannot be fed at the breast to provide the touch of human skin as in breastfeeding Hazelbaker Finger Feeder will assist to conquer this issue. Allows infant to pace the feeding process. Fingerfeeder promotes proper and sequential contraction of the tongue and masticatory muscles. Trusted by Lactation Professionals when babies have feeding difficulties. Reusable, easy to assemble and clean. The Hazelbaker FingerFeeder is durable and can be used indefinitely for the same baby. It can be sanitized and sterilized making it ideal for longer-term use when indicated. Requires the baby to pace the feed. Milk will not flow unless the baby exerts effort that mimics good sucking at breast.
The Hazelbaker™ FingerFeeder requires the baby to pace the feed. Milk will not flow unless the baby exerts effort that mimics good sucking at breast. As a built in feature of the Hazelbaker™ FingerFeeder, this infant control can be augmented by a gentle squeeze of the milk container should the baby not be able to generate adequate negative pressure to draw milk from the device. However, the top will pop off if the caregiver squeezes too hard thereby ensuring that the baby’s airway is protected from a flow rate that overwhelms their ability.
Although switching to a slower flow bottle teat can help with these problems, finger-feeding with the Hazelbaker™ FingerFeeder prevents the development of these problems.

What is finger feeding?

Finger-feeding, a substitute technique for breastfeeding, has probably existed for thousands of years as a way to keep a baby fed who has difficulties going to breast or who needs to be separated from mother for any length of time.

Finger-feeding provides the touch of human skin, as in breastfeeding, for optimal infant to caregiver feedback and to allow the baby to pace the feed. The caregiver’s finger, placed correctly in the baby’s mouth, either encourages the baby’s tongue to come down and forward into its proper placement for breastfeeding or preserves the tongue’s optimal function so that the baby can maintain proper suck-swallow-breathe coordination.

Finger-feeding, for example, might be used after a baby receives a frenotomy for tongue-tie or for a baby with low intro-oral tone, as a therapeutic method to strengthen the tongue and other intra-oral muscles. Other sucking problems also respond well to this alternative feeding method when it is used for therapeutic reasons.

Controlled Flow Rate:

Milk flows too fast from bottles for most babies. This overwhelming milk flow creates some mild to significant problems for the baby, especially if she or he is experiencing sucking problems. When babies cannot tolerate the flow, they suspend breathing, may cough, sputter or choke during the feed. The baby may develop a compensatory tongue movement pattern that protects the airway but does not efficiently remove milk from the breast. If a baby changes the way they suck because of bottle-feeding, known as Nipple Confusion, they will need to be retrained to suck properly at breast.

A baby may become addicted to the faster flow from the bottle. This Flow Preference, as it is commonly called, causes the baby to become impatient and frustrated at breast. Because the baby has become used to instant flow gratification as soon as the bottle touches his or her tongue, they often will not remain at breast long enough to pull milk out, expecting instant flow gratification at breast just as on the bottle.

  • Designed for single-patient use.
  • Finger feeding offers a full range of physiological and psychological benefits.
  • Fingerfeeder can also be used at breast to supplement.
  • Controlled flow-rate system and ergonomic design.
  • 60 ml silicone bulb.
  • Autoclavable and boilable.
  • None Sterile
  • 1 Bulb Assembly
  • 1 Valve-Disc
  • 1 Valve Membrane
  • 1 Tubing Clamp
  • 1 Hypoallergenic Tape
  • Instructions for Use

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Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

  {7} of {7} people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Just what we were looking for November 27, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Florence, OR United States  
Slow drip is regulated by the height of the bottle, higher rate when further up or you can lower the bottle for slower gravity drip.

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  {7} of {7} people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Life saver! January 17, 2016
Reviewer: Renee Boulet from Everett, WA United States  
We are using the Hazelbaker finger feeder to feed my 4 month old.  She absolutely refuses the bottle,  and I've gone back to work.  It's the only way her caregiver can feed her in a positive note fuss way.

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