Baby Nasal Aspirator Protective Filters | hydraSense® Canada

hydraSense® Baby Nasal Care Nasal Aspirator Protective Filters

hydraSense® Nasal Aspirator Protective Filters are single use filters that are used together with the hydraSense® Baby Nasal Aspirator Starter Kit to help unblock tiny congested noses.

Age 0+ *

Age 0+*

Benefits

hydraSense® Baby Nasal  Aspirator Kit (includes protective filters):

  • Removes liquefied mucus to relieve nasal congestion
  • Facilitates better breathing
  • Gentle soft tip
  • Hygienic, effective and easy to use

*Note: For infants under 6 months, please ask pediatrician before use

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    Preparation:

    1- Before the first use, rinse the aspirator with hot water and dry thoroughly.
    2- Place a clean filter in the filter chamber and reconnect the aspirator.

    Use of hydraSense® Easydose® to liquefy mucus prior to aspiration:

    3- Break off one Easydose® vial from the strip and twist the tamper proof tip to open.
    4- Lay the child on his or her back with his or her head tilted to the right. Carefully place the tip in the upper nostril, and apply one to two drops by pressing gently on the vial. Follow the same procedure in the opposite nostril after turning the child’s head to the left.

    Use hydraSense® Nasal Aspirator to remove excess mucus trapped in nasal cavities

    5- Place the Nasal Aspirator soft tip at the entrance of the baby’s nostril and inhale through the mouthpiece to gently draw out the mucus. Mucus will be collected in the hygienic filter and cannot pass through the inhalation tube. Repeat in the other nostril. Gently lift the baby to allow any remaining mucus to drain out.
    6- Soak a tissue or cotton ball in hydraSense® solution and use it to gently wipe the child’s nostrils.
    7- After each use, unclip the aspirator at its base, remove and discard the used filter, rinse the Nasal Aspirator with hot water and dry. Do not sterilize or boil the Nasal Aspirator. Do not reuse vials after opening.

    If your child still cannot breathe through his or her nose, it is recommended that you repeat the above steps as needed. An average cold can last up to 10 days. If your child’s symptoms persist, please consult a healthcare professional.

    For newborns, infants and older children. Do not reuse vials after opening.

    • 40 protective filters