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San Antonio Medical Equipment Rentals-Hospital Grade Breast Pump For Rent-Texas Baby Supplies
Hospital grade electric breast pump rentals in San Antonio, TX. This breast pump is fully automatic, with quick cycling times, adjustable suction levels and double-pumping capability. These pumps have a rapid suck-and-release cycle (referred to as the cycling time) that draws milk from your breasts at about the same rate as a nursing baby. Mercy Medical Equipment Company supplies Mobility Scooters, Medical Equipment, Healthcare & Disability supply rentals to San Antonio, Austin, Corpus Christi, Georgetown, Round Rock, New Braunfels and all of Texas
Hospital Grade Breast Pump Rental
Hospital-grade electric breast pump should be used if you're pumping constantly throughout the day, perhaps because you or your baby isn't able to breastfeed then you'll need the most efficient pump around. Such as this heavy-duty hospital-grade breast pump model with a double collection kit. Using a double collection kit means you can pump both breasts at once, which can cut pumping time by more than half and drain both breasts more effectively. However keep in mind that these pumps are usually heavy and can weigh as much as 18 pounds.
The Standard Breast Pump model is the traditional Breast Pump either Electric or Manual. Combining the efficiency of hospital-grade pumps and the convenience of more portable models, this top-end electric pump is a popular choice for moms who return to work full-time.
Their breast pump is fully automatic, with quick cycling times, adjustable suction levels (to help you avoid nipple discomfort), and double-pumping capability and the Manual Pump requires you to pump a piston or squeeze a lever to create the suction to empty your breast. Our pump will empty only one breast at a time and may require two hands to operate, although a few are designed for one-handed use.