We all hate seeing our little ones suffer from a clogged nasal passage. And maybe even more stressful is the actual process of removing that blockage.
With a cotton bar, you can push it too deep into the nose.
Mouth suck can cause cross-infection
With the hand rub, the baby may choke.
Well no more! This electric nasal aspirator is made of safe, soft material to ensure your child is never injured during the process. Ergonomic and easy-to-hold, one push and your toddler's nose will be back at full performance. Don't worry about batteries; this aspirator charges using USB.
BENEFITS OF THE BABY NASAL ASPIRATOR
The main benefit is the comfort of use. You can easily release your baby nose without any stressful operation.
Five Speeds for more intensive sucking suitable also for older kids.
Kids love it!
* Smart charging providing safer and longer operation.
* Safe design.
* Easy to keep it clean and safe.
Is it safe to use nasal aspirator on baby?
So, no need to be alarmed because if used properly they are pretty safe. The tissue lining in your infant's nose is delicate, so it is essential that you use the baby nasal aspirator or bulb syringe properly to avoid discomfort for your little one. ... before you insert the tip into your infant's nose.
Do electric nasal aspirators work?
Probably so you don't suck your baby's brain out of the nose. As a result of the weaker suction, electric nasal aspirators work best on thin, runny snot. While some electric nasal aspirators have an AC adapter, that majority will run off batteries.
Should I suction my baby's nose?
Once the nasal syringe is clean and dry, squeeze the air out of it to create a vacuum. ... DO NOT suction your baby's nose more than two or three times a day, as it may irritate its lining. DO NOT use saline sprays or drops for more than four days in a row, as they can dry out the delicate insides of the nose.
Why does my baby choke in her sleep?
Myth: Babies who sleep on their backs will choke if they spit up or vomit during sleep. Fact: Babies automatically cough up or swallow fluid that they spit up or vomit—it's a reflex to keep the airway clear. ... In fact, babies who sleep on their backs might clear these fluids better because of the way the body is built.
Age Group: Babies Item Type: Nasal Aspirator Age Range: 0 - 24 months Style: Straw Type Model Number: Baby Nasal Aspirator Material: Plastic Pattern Type: Solid Vacuum suction: 350mmHg (60kpa) Motor specification: 3V/DC Headcover material: 16 degrees ~35 degrees. (The relative humidity is kept within 85) Size: longest length: 20cm/7.87inch* diameter: 4cm/1.57inch (Due to the manual measurement, please allow some errors.)
Notes: With USB interface Charging time: more than half an hour Packing: 1 PC/Pack
Note: Because of a huge demand please allow 3 - 4 weeks delivery.