Comments about The First Years American Red Cross Hospital Style Nasal Aspirator, 1 ea:
My grandchild of 6 mos age has a head cold. This aspirator does not provide much suction at all for mucus removal from her nose. It is also made of a very stiff rubber and somewhat hard to squeeze. It is nothing like the ones hospitals use.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Child should be reclining, with head elevated slightly.
Wash before initial use; (see below).
Compress bulb to expel all air.
Keeping bulb compressed, insert tip into baby's nostril. Over-insertion guard will help prevent inserting tip too far. (Mucous membranes are sensitive.)
Release bulb slowly to draw mucus from nostril.
Remove tip from nostril and expel mucus by squeezing and releasing bulb.
Repeat as necessary.
To Clean: Pull open plug on base. Dishwasher-safe (top rack or utensil basket only). Or wash in warm soapy water. Squeeze and release bulb several times to flush interior thoroughly. To rinse, repeat in warm clear water. Drain and dry. Do not boil.
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