To use a breast milk travel cooler, you will need to express breast milk using a breast pump and store it in a leak-proof container, such as a breast milk storage bag or a bottle.
The milk can then be placed in the cooler along with an ice pack to keep it chilled.
It is important to keep the breast milk at a safe temperature while it is being transported, as high temperatures can cause the milk to spoil.
It is generally recommended that the milk be stored in the cooler at a temperature of 39°F (4°C) or below.
It is a good idea to plan your outing in advance to ensure that you have everything you need to safely transport and store the breast milk, including the cooler and enough ice packs to keep the milk chilled.
If you are concerned about the safety of the milk, you may want to consider expressing and freezing the milk before your outing, and then thawing it as needed.
This can help to ensure that you have a supply of fresh breast milk available for your baby during your outing.
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