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Baby Nasal Aspirator: The easy, comfortable and safe method to rid small noses of excess mucous so that your baby can breathe, eat and sleep better.
Caring for a sick child can be difficult. Modern pediatric guidelines prohibit the use of cold medications for children under the age of 6, so when your young child suffers from a stuffy nose, the best option is to use an aspirator. Though the experience can be somewhat unpleasant, knowing how to use an infant aspirator properly can greatly minimize the discomfort, for both caretaker and child.
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Instructions/suggested use: Wash and clean hands before and after using baby nasakleen. Find a comfortable setting. There are several ways to position you and your baby. Lay the baby in your lap with the baby's head between your knees and feet against your stomach. Let the baby's head drop backward slightly. Another way is to simply lay the baby in a bed or crib-with you standing next to the baby. Place the nozzle slightly inside the baby's nostril and gently apply suction with your mouth through the mouthpiece. The mucus will collect in the transparent chamber. The chamber contains a hygiene filter to prevent any mucus from leaving the chamber or any bacteria infecting the parent. Repeat the process with the other nostril, if needed. If the mucus is particularly dry or sticky you should apply a few drops of saline into the nostrils before aspirating. Clean the unit and discard filter cleaning the unit: disassemble and wash all parts of the unit with soap and warm water. The foam filter should be changed after every use.
Extended Comments: Contains: nasal aspirator filters, 20 replacement filters, storage/travel cases
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