Would anyone recommend using an electric / battery operated nasal aspirator?
I'm using a bulp aspirator at the moment, and it's hit and miss with that thing (more often than not a MISS). And bub hates it, struggles when I try to use it... Was wondering if there was anything better than a bulb one.
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20-01-2011 21:58 #1
Electric Nasal Aspirator?
13-04-2012 05:14 #2Junior Member
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Hi! I was thinking the same and came across the cleanoz online. I researched the subject as much as I could and it's the only nasal aspirator that doesn't need to be cleaned inside since it uses single use tips. The company ubimed markets it as being hygienic and I agree with that claim. Check it out from their website:http://www.ubimed.com
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