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Ezy-Dose Ear Syringe And Nasal Aspirator

Ezy-Dose Ear Syringe And Nasal Aspirator

Price:  $5.29 ($2.64 / ea.)

Sku: 242496         Size: 2 EA          Wt: 0.13 LBS

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Value pack! The Value Pack Ear Syringe/Nasal Aspirator is a necessity for homes with children! The Nasal Aspirator helps clear mucus from baby's nose making breathing easier. The Ear Syringe gently removes wax and debris from baby's ear. Contents: One Ear Syringe and One Nasal Aspirator. Made in China.

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Nasal Aspirator: Gently squeeze aspirator bulb before inserting tip into the baby's nose. Gently insert tip into the baby's nose while bulb is squeezed. Release pressure on the bulb to suck out mucus. Disassemble, wash in warm soapy water, rinse in warm water and allow to dry. Ear Syringe: 1. Soften ear wax with 3-4 drops of olive oil or commercially available ear wax removal product. 2. Fill ear syringe with lukewarm water (not hot water). 3. Gently pull ear back to open and straighten ear canal. 4. Insert tip of syringe just inside the ear canal. Do not push the syringe all the way in. 5. Gently squirt water into ear canal. 6. Remove syringe as wax surrounds the tip of the Ear Syringe. To Clean: Wash thoroughly in warm, soapy water. Rinse well. Sterilize by placing in boiling water for 10 seconds.

Do not use Ear Syringe if person has a tendency for ear infections, may currently have an ear infection, has had mastoid surgery, has had tubes inserted into the ear drum or has any type of ear pain. If the ear wax does not come out easily, consult your physician.