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  • HABERMAN BOTTLE MINI SPECIAL NEEDS
  • HABERMAN BOTTLE MINI SPECIAL NEEDS

Gently squeeze and release the straight body section, or reservoir, of the teat. This technique will put a small amount of fluid into your kid's mouth.

HABERMAN BOTTLE MINI SPECIAL NEEDS

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HABERMAN BOTTLE MINI SPECIAL NEEDS

Feeding Your Baby
1. Relax
2. Select the flow rate
To adjust the rate of flow, turn the feeder
so that the required line (zero, medium or
maximum) points toward your baby’s
nose. If baby has a weak suck, start with
the teat positioned between the medium
and longest line, then adjust as necessary. Use the zero flow if
your baby needs to get used to the teat before feeding begins.
When your baby has settled, gently increase the flow. Reduce
it and start again if your baby shows signs of distress.
3. Helping your baby to feed
If your baby needs help, the following
technique may be useful. However,
before using this feature for the first time,
we recommend that you practice
squeezing some water into the palm of
your hand. Hold the feeder with the
collar resting in the angle between your thumb and first finger.
Gently squeeze and release the straight body section, or
reservoir, of the teat. This technique will put a small amount of
fluid into your baby’s mouth. Always give your baby time to
swallow before squeezing again. Try to establish a good rhythm
in harmony with your baby’s suck and swallow. You will soon
feel confident in your ability to feed your baby.

May reduce gas, vomiting and colic
Many babies swallow air while using some ordinary feeders.
This is because a vacuum builds up inside the system and the
baby must release his lips from the teat to allow air back in.
Consequently, air is swallowed with the next mouthful of feed
causing gas, vomiting and colic.
The SpecialNeeds™ Feeder may reduce air-swallowing. It has a
special air inlet groove which allows air in at the same rate as
feed is released from the system. There is no vacuum to work
against your baby’s sucking efforts and air-swallowing is
avoided. Even babies with cleft palates benefit significantly
from this feature.
You can help your baby to feed
If your baby needs some additional help, you can gently
squeeze and release the reservoir of the teat. This will deliver a
controlled amount of feed into your baby’s mouth. The full teat
has a natural resistance which prevents you from squeezing too
hard.

Cleaning
After each feeding: Flush cold water through the slit in the teat
to remove as much feed as possible. (Do not turn the teat
inside out or push brushes, etc. through the slit.) Take the
feeder apart, making sure that the valve membrane is separated
from the disc. Wash all the parts in warm soapy water. Rinse
thoroughly with cold water.
Each day: All disassembled parts of the feeder should be
sanitized by boiling, preferably in distilled water, for 20 minutes.
If hard water deposits occur use distilled water or occasionally
boil in a mixture of 3 parts water and 1 part vinegar. Parts can
be autoclaved to a maximum of 272°F for 3 minutes at 29 PSIG
or 250°F for 15 minutes at 15 PSIG. To avoid damage during
sterilization, sterilize parts without applying external pressure
on parts.

Components
Your SpecialNeeds or
Mini-SpecialNeeds Feeder
should include:
1-Container, 1-Teat, 1-Disc,
1- Valve membrane, 1-Collar.

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