Restful Pump Patents

Restful Pump™ is committed to protecting its innovative Class I medical devices. As such, the Company has made substantial investments in developing its patent portfolio.

In accordance with Section 287(a) of Title 35 of the United States Code, the reader is hereby placed on notice of Restful Pump’s rights in the United States Patents listed on this site and associated with the following products.

Restful Pump Patents Obtained

U.S. Patent No. 11,793,913, issued October 24, 2023, for BREAST PUMPING SYSTEM

U.S. Patent No. 11,779,122, issued October 10, 2023, for ADJUSTABLE BREAST PUMP FLANGE

U.S. Patent No. 11,523,688, issued December 13, 2022, for ADJUSTABLE BREAST PUMP FLANGE
Restful Pump Patents

Patent Applications

Restful Pump has several additional US and international patent applications that remain pending.

Breast Pumping System

U.S. Application Number: 16/665,448

Filing Date: October 28, 2019


U.S. Application Number: 17/894,305

Filing Date:  August 24, 2022


U.S. Application Number: 17/699,357

Filing Date:  March 21, 2022



Application Number: 3152448

Filing Date:  March 24, 2022



Application Number: 20881042

Filing Date:  April 13, 2022



Application Number: 2020374874

Filing Date:  March 23, 2022



International Application Number: PCT/US23/64608

Filing Date:  March 17, 2023

Breast Pump Sound Suppressor


U.S. Application Number: 17/710,118

Filing Date:  March 31, 2022



International Application Number: PCT/US23/62824

Filing Date:  February 17, 2023

Restful Pump™ Develops Prototype for First-to-Market
Forward Leaning Ergonomic Lactation System


BOSTON, Nov. 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Restful Pump, Inc., a company based in Pembroke, Massachusetts, has developed a prototype for the first-to-market forward-leaning ergonomic lactation system.

The Restful Pump Chair is a Class I Medical Device that allows women to rest, sleep, or multitask in a supportive hands-free position while they use any breast pump. These units offer comfort, convenience, and productivity while possibly reducing breast tissue complications and increasing pumping durations.

With a doctor’s prescription, this product aims to be as medically necessary as a breast pump in the postpartum period. Users can also nurse their babies while sitting on the chair rather than leaning forward.

In a recent survey, over 90% of anonymous survey participants showed interest in the Restful Pump product line, and there is massive potential for annual recurring revenue for investors. The device currently has seven patents pending, and one USPTO patent approved….