The J BIMBI® LOW VACUUM feeding bottle helps to prevent otitis in newborns
Watch the video and find out what LOW VACUUM is and how to prevent otitis with the patented J BIMBI® VALVE
When sucking from the feeding bottle, negative pressure (vacuum) is created inside the bottle, forcing the baby to suck harder to feed. Repeated sucking – about 40 for a 250 ml meals – causes an unnatural and potentially harmful strain for the baby. Besides inducing lack of appetite and fatigue, the vacuum in the feeding bottle creates a negative pressure inside the middle ear, a possible cause of painful infections and otitis, as shown by recent scientific studies.