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0900 712 713

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Important Numbers

  • 144   Ambulance
  • 145   Tox Center (Poisoning)
  • 117   Police
  • 118   Fire Department

Kontakt Box

UKBB

University Children’s Hospital Basel
Spitalstrasse 33
4056 Basel
Switzerland

T +41 61 704 12 12
F +41 61 704 12 13

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Lactarium

Not all mothers are in the fortunate situation of being able to breastfeed their new born children. Donated breastmilk to the Lactarium is reserved for premature babies or sick children, whose mothers are unable to breastfeed themselves. Breastmilk is uniquely easy to digest, protecting the digestive system while containing important nutritional ingredients.

What does the Lactarium do?

The Lactarium receives breastmilk donations. Prior to dispensation, the breastmilk is subject to a microbiological examination and pasteurisation before being given to babies in urgent need of it.

Who is eligible to donate breastmilk?

Healthy women who:

  • Have sufficient breastmilk for their own child,
  • and, in addition, also have more than 200 ml of surplus milk on a daily basis,
  • and who are prepared to make their surplus milk available to the Lactarium.

Please note that breastmilk may only be donated in the first three months following the birth of the donor's own child.

I want to be a donor – what can I expect?

You have decided you’d like to be a donor, you will first need to:

  • be interviewed on your current state of health in discussion with a registered nurse,
  • agree to a blood test,
  • give permission for your milk to undergo a microbiological examination.

Your milk can then be given to an ill or prematurely born baby - provided that no obstacle is forthcoming in the findings of the examination.

Donate breast milk

Once you have decided that you would like to be a donor, you can start the donation process by making contact with one of the following and expressing your interest:

  • The Lactarium
  • The Neonatal Unit nursing staff
  • The Rooming-in Department
  • Your breastfeeding counsellor / midwife
  • Your parental guidance centre

You can contact the UKBB Lactarium at telephone number: +41 61 704 18 41 or by email

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Emergencies

0900 712 712

(3.23 CHF/min. CH-landline, possibly additionally 8 Rp. / min. by network operator)

0900 712 713

(3.12 CHF/min. prepaid cell phones, possibly additionally 8 Rp. / min. by network operator)

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University Children’s Hospital Basel
Spitalstrasse 33
4056 Basel / Switzerland

T +41 61 704 12 12
F +41 61 704 12 13

 

Emergency

Contact

University Children’s Hospital Basel
Spitalstrasse 33
4056 Basel / Switzerland

T +41 61 704 12 12
F +41 61 704 12 13

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