AirBee Baby Nasal Aspirator (Bulb Syringe / Ear Syringe)
AirBee is a high quality, medical grade silicone baby nasal aspirator that helps safely clear baby's stuffy nose. Great for travel / diaper bag and the parent who is always 'on the go'.
- Ideal for use with newborns and infants.
- Safely clear baby's stuffy nose.
- Convenient and easy to use. Great for travel.
- Great suction.
- Made of high quality, medical grade silicone that is hypoallergenic and naturally resistant to the growth of bacteria, molds and fungus.
- BPA, phthalate and latex free.
Medical grade silicone
Medical grade silicone is naturally resistant to the growth of bacteria, molds and fungus. It is biocompatible and hypoallergenic meaning that it does not induce a negative host response. Unlike plastic, silicone is also naturally BPA and phthalate free. This is why medical grade silicone remains the material of choice for most medical products. Buy only products that are made of medical grade silicone for peace of mind.
Clearing baby's stuffy nose, cleaning ears, giving enemas, cleaning fountain pens, etc.
|Material||Medical grade silicone|
|Dimension||Ø 4.6 × H. 8.8 cm|
|Packaging dimension||10 × 6 × 17 cm|
|Packaging weight||40 g|
|Package contents||1 bulb syringe|
It is best to suction your baby's nose before a feeding or bedtime. Avoid suctioning after feeding. This may cause your baby to vomit.
Severely congested babies may require usage of saline nose drops to loosen up the mucus before you use the nasal aspirator.
Making saline nose drops
- Add ¼ level teaspoon of salt to the 8-ounce cup of warm water.
- Stir to dissolve the salt.
- Keep the solution in a clean, covered jar.
- Discard the solution after one week.
You may also use purchased saline nose drops.
Directions for use
- Wash your hands well before and after suctioning.
- Lay your baby on his back with head positioned facing ceiling. Have someone hold your baby in this position or swaddle your baby in a blanket with arms at his side to keep him still.
- (For severely congested baby) Using a nose dropper, drop three to four drops saline solution into one nostril, unless otherwise directed by your baby's doctor. Hold baby in this position for one minute.
- Before placing the aspirator into the nostril, squeeze all the air out of the bulb.
- While keeping the bulb squeezed, gently place the tip of the aspirator into a nostril until nostril is sealed.
- Slowly release thumb to create suction. The suction will pull the mucus out of the nose and into the bulb.
- Remove the aspirator from baby's nose and squeeze mucus out of bulb into a tissue.
- Repeat steps 3 through 7 on other nostril. You may need to suction each nostril several times to clear all the mucus.
- Gently wipe off the mucus around the nose with tissues to prevent skin irritation.
- Clean aspirator after each use with warm soapy water and rinse thoroughly.
Visit this website for directions for using bulb syringe to remove ear wax or give an enema.
- Avoid suctioning after feeding. This may cause your baby to vomit.
- Do not insert the aspirator too much inside nostril, it may cause damage to soft nasal tissues.
- Always wash the aspirator after use.
- Use a separate aspirator for individual. Never share between children for good hygiene.
Be sure to clean the aspirator well after each use. Suction up some warm soapy water, point the tip towards the sink and shake it around. Follow with plain water then squeeze out as much as possible. Allow to dry by standing it up, tip down.