Produkte

Qualitätsverbesserung auf der neonatologischen Intensivstation

Seit mehr als 50 Jahren setzt sich Medela aktiv dafür ein, die Gesundheit von Müttern und Babys durch die Vorteile der Muttermilch zu verbessern. Die Bedürfnisse von Müttern und das Verhalten der Säuglinge zu verstehen, gehört insbesondere im Bereich Neonatologie zu den thematischen Schwerpunkten des Unternehmens.

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