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Bag for mothers milk

, : Bag for mothers milk. United States Patent (US 4 634 006): 20

The rectangular pouch is an improved version of that described in United States Patent US 4 600 104, DSA 48, 7288. It is for the hygienic preservation and storage of frozen human milk.

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