Hydrasense Nasal Aspirator Starter Kit, Baby

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Hydrasense Nasal Aspirator Starter Kit, Baby

Developed with the help of pediatricians, hydraSense Baby Nasal Aspirator Starter Kit is a gentle and effective way to clear congested noses.
Use this product when your child has difficulty breathing and has a dry or blocked nose due to a cold or nasal congestion.
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Clears liquefied mucus and relieves nasal congestion.

Helps to breathe better.

Soft and flexible tip. Hygienic, effective and easy to use.

Ingredients: 100% natural spring seawater, undiluted, equivalent to 9 g/L (0.9%) sodium chloride and containing a combination of over 70 marine trace elements.
To use Hydrasense Simplidose to liquefy mucus before aspiration.
1- Detach a Simplidose vial from the blister pack and open it by turning the tamper-proof tip.
2- Lay the child on his or her back with the head turned to the right side. Gently insert the nasal tip into the (upper) nostril and apply 1 or 2 drops by pressing gently on the vial. Then turn the child's head to the left side and repeat the above steps to apply the product in the opposite nostril.
To use the Hydrasense Baby Fly to aspirate excess mucus trapped in the nasal passages
1- Place the soft tip of the Baby nasal aspirator at the edge of the baby's nostril and suck through the mouthpiece to gently remove the mucus. The mucus will be collected in the Baby aspirator, and the protective filter will prevent it from entering the suction tube. Repeat for the other nostril. Slowly lift the baby to let the remaining mucus drain and gently wipe the child's nostrils.
2- Soak a tissue or cotton ball with hydraSense solution and gently wipe the child's nostrils.
3- After each use, detach the Baby nasal aspirator, remove and discard the filter, rinse the Baby aspirator with warm water and dry it. Do not sterilize or boil the Baby aspirator. Do not reuse an already opened vial.
If your child cannot breathe through his or her nose, repeat the above steps as needed. A common cold can last up to 10 days. If symptoms persist, please consult a health care professional.

Medications may cause serious adverse reactions or interactions with other medications. Please read the label, warnings and inserts provided by the manufacturer and consult your pharmacist when purchasing such medications. Keep medications out of reach of children.

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