Medela Calma Solitaire whit it a baby can finally apply the same feeding behaviour learned at the breast, when consuming expressed human milk. This allows for seamless transition between breast and Calma, eliminating Nipple Confusion.
Just like when breastfeeding, baby latches onto the teat of Calma by creating
a vacuum. Once the vacuum has been established, the baby uses his or her
tongue to increase or decrease the level of the vacuum. When the vacuum is
at baseline, milk will not flow through Calma. However, when a baby increases
the level of the vacuum, Calma allows the milk to pass through the teat into
the baby’s mouth.
- Milk Flow Hole: Milk flow membrane system ensures milk stays in the bottle until the baby chooses to feed by increasing the level of vacuum
- Soft Bumps: The soft bumps stabilize the outer layer and prevent the silicone from collapsing
- Air Venting System: Ensures bottle air pressure remains neutral at all times so milk release is dependent only on level of vacuum created by baby