Vija Design

PREMA Kangaroo Tube NV - Teal

$ 45.00

An institutional use product. The PREMA Kangaroo Tube allows easy skin-to-skin contact from birth to low weight or premature babies. Discrete openings allow to take the baby's vital signs or even expressing breast milk hand free at the same time as the baby makes skin-to-skin. Attached with detachable side zipper, upwards to allows a better fit (can be open at belly) and can be worn by a mother with intravenous. Semi-side seams prevents slipping sideways and inner bands prevents slipping down. Take a bigger size if in doubt.


Not "free hand" when walking (hand should be on the child)

Made in Canada in high density (250g/m2) jersey 94% cotton / 6% spandex and superior sewing. Patent pending.

*Note: The care of premie, low-weight babies or with health problems should always be under the supervision of a qualified health professional. Make sure you have consulted prior to use that garment.

Measurements
HOW TO TAKE MEASURES

 

Vija Design garments are regular sizing to make sure you will were them again and again for a long time. The clothing found in the section Pregnancy / Nursing are specially designed to give more space to the pregnant belly. Choose your usual size or measure yourself and compare with size chart.

You will find the standard measurement in the size chart included in the product description. Simply click on "Size chart". If in doubt, read the technical and fit details of product description.  

In underwear, find the fuller point of chest and hips and smaller point of waist (the waist is the least important measure because most garments are stretch or loose at waist) just by sliding your tape measure on your body. Do not overtighten. The most important measure for the purchase of a top will be the chest measurement (A), especially if the garment is not fitted. Second most important is the hip measurement (C). Regarding the waist (B), it's OK if it is few inches more than standard measurements, most garments are a little looser at the waist and are made in stretchy fabrics! Don't worry, it's normal!

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