Switching from bottle back to breast has never been easier.
Features & Benefits
- Hospital-grade rental pump: Ideal for initiating and sustaining milk supply.
- Leading electric breastpump: Used by hospitals, rental stations and DME’s worldwide. Multi-user, with personal double pumping system #67094 or #67116 (kits sold separately).
- Long term daily use: Designed for moms who need to pump several times a day.
- Electric: Automatic pumping for ease and efficiency.
- Automatic suck and release: For ease of use and efficiency
- Built-in vacuum release: Protects moms against excessive or prolonged suction.
- Variable speed and vacuum settings: Complements the variable vacuum setting on the piston/cylinder that is included with breastpump kits. Kits sold separately.
- Double or single pumping: Save time by pumping both breasts simultaneously or pump from one breast at a time and breastfeed on the other.
- Manual pump option: All Lactina kits are easily converted to a manual pump for when there is no power or when moms prefer to control the pump suction.
- Vehicle lighter power option: Vehicle lighter adapter sold separately.
- Hands-free pumping option with Easy Expression™ (sold separately).: Allows you to do other things while pumping.
- All parts that touch breast milk are made without BPA: Safe for you and your baby
Lactina® Select Breastpump Details
- Product Description
- What's Included
The Lactina® Select Breastpump is a favorite of hospitals, rental centers and moms.
Ideal for long-term and frequent pumping needs, Lactina is a multi-user
breastpump available for purchase or rental. All kits are sold separately.
Want to pump hands-free? Watch the Easy Expression video to find out how.
- 1 - breastpump (kit not included)
- 1 - carrying case
- Color: Blue
- Vacuum: 100-240 mmHg
- Power: 50 - 60 Hz
- TUV Listed
- Unit Weight: 8.9 lbs
- Unit Size/Packaging: 17 1/2 x 10 1/4 x 10
- 3 year limited
How do I clean the breastpump kit?
1. Finish pumping.
- While the pump is still running, disconnect tubing from breastshields.
- Continue to let pump run for 2 minutes with tubing attached. This will eliminate condensation that naturally results from humidity.
2. Take apart kit and store breastmilk.
- With tubing still connected to pump, separate all parts of your kit that come in contact with your breast or breastmilk (breastshields, connectors, bottles, valves, membranes).
3. Wash kit.
- Rinse all separated parts in cool water to remove breastmilk.
- Wash and Rinse all separated parts in warm, soapy water.
- Rinse all separated parts with clear water.
- Wash all separated parts on top rack of dishwasher.
How do I sanitize the breastpump kit?
If sanitizing your kit, separate all parts that come in contact with your breast or breastmilk and boil for 10 minutes. (Boiling may cause tubing to become foggy or cloudy. This does not affect the function of the tubing.)
All parts that come in contact with your breast or breastmilk are dishwasher save as long as they are secure on the top rack away from the heating element.
You can also follow the instructions on Medela's Quick Clean™ Micro-Steam™ bag.
Is there a quicker way to clean the breastpump kit?
You can use Medela's Quick Clean™ wipes between pumping sessions and then clean your kit once you get home. Follow instructions on Quick Clean package.
How do I dry & store the breastpump kit?
Allow all breastpump kit parts to air dry in a clean area and store dry parts when not in use. Do NOT store wet or damp parts.
How do I clean the tubing?
Inspect tubing after each pumping session. Clean tubing if there is any sign of condensation and/or milk.
How do I clean the Lactina carrying case?
Medela suggests a cleaner like our Cavicide, Quick Clean wipe or a wet, soapy cloth.
How do I choose the right size breastshield?
Click here for more information about choosing the right size breastshield.
What do I do if there is low or no suction when pumping with the Lactina?
- Make sure all connections of kit and breastpump are secure.
- Make sure membrane is lying flat against valve head. Refer to the assembly instructions.
- Make sure the clear ends of the tubing fit securely into breastshield assemblies and the other ends into the ports on the pump connector.
- In the US, please email Customer Service or call 1-800-435-8316. In Canada, call Medela at 800-435-8316 or 905-608-7272. In other countries, contact your local distributor or the location where you purchased your pump, or visit Medela on the internet.
The arm on the Lactina is sticking. What do I need to do?
For effective operation of your Lactina pump, take care of your piston and cylinder after every few pumping sessions. Wash the cylinder, rubber seal, and vacuum regulator ring with warm soapy water. Rotate the piston in the cylinder.
Can I get replacement clips for the Lactina Carrying Case?
Medela generally sends these out at no charge. The clips that seal the carrying case can break and can be replaced easily. Slide out the old and slide in the replacement.
Does altitude affect the suction level?
The higher the altitude, the more chance the suction level will decrease.
My Lactina has no power -- how do I replace the fuse?
The Lactina pumps have a power fuse on the bottom of the pump. The black cap can be removed with a coin and the fuse can be replaced with a 1.25 amp fuse.
Why can't I adjust the speed with the Vehicle Lighter Adapter?
When operating the Lactina Select with the vehicle lighter adapter, the speed cannot be adjusted.
Do I need to clean the Piston/Cylinder assembly?
Can I travel internationally with the Lactina breastpump?
The Lactina Select can be used with a power converter for that country.
What materials are the kits and bottles made out of?
Medela breastmilk bottles and all our products that come in contact with breastmilk are and always have been 100 percent BPA-Free. Medela breastmilk bottles, storage containers, feeding products and breast pump kits are made with polypropylene. All existing research maintains that polypropylene is safe.
What do I do if milk gets in the tubing?
How much milk should I produce?
In the past it was thought that mothers needed to make more and more milk as their babies grew. Scientists now know that a healthy milk supply remains fairly constant over the six (6) months of exclusive breastfeeding. Your baby will take the amount he needs.
During the early weeks, babies eat very frequently and grow very quickly. By day 10-14, babies should regain any weight they lost after birth. For the next few months babies will gain about an ½ ounce to 1 ounce a day.
Around three (3) to four (4) months, a breastfed baby’s rate of grown begins to slow down. Your milk supply will continue to satisfy the baby until it is time to introduce solids at 6 months.
Be the end of the first week of life, women who are breastfeeding one baby normally make between 19 to 30 ounces of milk each day. Infants between one (1) and six (6) months of age normally drink an average of 19 to 30 ounces a day.
An average size “meal” for a baby is between three (3) to five (5) ounces of breastmilk. Formula is harder to digest and less well absorbed. Formula fed babies may need larger feeds. Consult your healthcare professional for advice.
How long can breast milk be kept in a cooler carrier?
- You can safely store your breast milk for up to 10 hours* with Pump In Style Advanced and Freestyle breast pump cooler bags.
- Direct exposure to the sun, like leaving the cooler in a car, severely reduces the cooling effectiveness.
- Breast milk is safe stored in a cooler at/or below 59 degrees for up to 24 hours.
- The liquid inside the cooling elements is water with food grade dye. The liquid is non-toxic.
Medela does not have recommendations for storing breast milk with dry ice. Consult a lactation consultant or healthcare provider for further information.
*When ice pack is frozen solid
How do I clean or sanitize my breast pump parts?
Before using for the first time, clean and sanitize kit parts: breast shields, breast shield connectors, white membranes, yellow valves, breas tmilk bottles and lids.
Clean breast pump kit parts after each use.
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