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Three weeks ago, my children and I had HORRIBLE colds. There were times, at least one of us was up coughing or sniffling all night long. My son, Justin, is not yet able to blow his nose. He would sniff or just let the snot drain from his nasal cavity, then (if mama was not quick enough), he'd take his tongue and wipe the snot from under his nose.
Thankfully, I had a NeilMed Naspira nasal-oral aspirator to help me keep the snot situation under control. The NeilMed Naspira nasal-oral aspirator comes with many features. My four favorite are:
Its 2-in-1 Design. You get to choose how you use it. Even though it has a filter, some people may be disgusted about using their mouth to suction a baby. Have no fear, you can disconnect the bulb from the tubing and close the green end to the NasaBulb. Or you can choose to use it as a nasal oral aspirator. If you choose the nasal oral route, there is a filter that prevents mucus or liquid from entering your mouth, plus it is a one-way valve that prevents air from your mouth going into your baby's nose!
Easy to pull apart. When you decide to use a bulb on your child, you do not want to waste more time with a difficult piece of equipment.
Transparent. There have been images circulating online when parents have cut an opaque bulb they received from the hospital and found mold growing on it. Yuck! There's NO guessing about whether or not the bulb or tubing has mold growth, since you can see everything.
Sterilizable. The NeilMed Naspira comes with instructions for either boiling and microwave disinfection.
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