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Nipples, Infant Nursing Bottle

Definition : Nursing bottle nipples are usually silicone or latex devices designed to mimic a female nipple and are intended for liquid feeding of infants. They have wide bases and various nipple sizes based on the age and/or size of the infant. They are used with nursing bottles to deliver expressed breast milk, formula or other liquid (i.e., water) to infants. They are reusable or disposable and are available in different flow speeds (i.e., slow, medium), limiting how quickly babies can access the milk or other liquids, in an effort to help prevent chocking and colic.

Entry Terms : "Nipples" , "Nipples, Feeding" , "Nipples, Infant Nursing"

UMDC code : 16761

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Chicco/Artsana USA Inc

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Evenflo Co Inc

Company Type: Parent

Evenflo Company, Inc. is a leading manufacturer and marketer of infant and juvenile products. Majority owned by Weston Presidio, Evenflo was founded in 1920 and is a top supplier of infant and juvenile products to key retailers such as Toys "R" Us, Babies "R" Us, Wal-Mart, Target, Buy Buy Baby and Kmart.

Gerber Products Co

Company Type: Parent

Gerber Products Company is a purveyor of baby food and baby products. A former American-owned company, Gerber is now a subsidiary of Nestlé, and is currently located in Fremont, Michigan, USA.

Handi-Craft Co

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mimijumi LLC

Company Type: Parent

NUK USA LLC

Company Type: Parent

Playtex Baby

Company Type: Parent

Playtex Products Inc

Company Type: Parent

TOMY Corp

Company Type: Parent

Whittlestone Inc

Company Type: Parent

The Whittlestone story began in 1967 when Dr. Walter Whittlestone, a noted scientist and lactation physiologist from New Zealand, recognized a need for a comfortable and painless alternative to "suction style" breast pumps.

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