Megg

Eine dezente und unauffällige Möglichkeit, Muttermilch aus der Brust zu entnehmen
Student(s)

Jasmin Metze

Supervision

Prof. Martin Topel
Prof. Dr. Martina Fineder

Semester

Sommer 21
Bachelor

Contact jasminmetze@web.de

Breast milk is the most natural and healthiest food for babies. If a mother can’t or doesn’t want to breastfeed her child, she can alternatively express milk by using a breast pump. Taking out the breast or being bounded to tubes and cables make many women feel uncomfortable.

Megg offers a possibility to make this process as decent and inconspicuous as possible. The breast pump can be hidden under the clothing and offers both discretion and freedom of movement. It’s a companion that takes care of the pumping process for example at work or relaxed at home.

Electric pumps in particular can be often lent or rented to one another. The interchangeable control element from Megg doesn’t come into contact with the skin or liquids and can therefore not only be used by other women too, but also offers the possibility of switching between manual or electrical use. After the breast milk has been successfully obtained, it can be loaded into the same container or given directly to the baby using the teat.

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