The device is particularly suitable for the treatment of children aged 0 to 6 years and even premature babies once discharged from hospital. We can recommend this device for use in hospitals, nurse station and at home as a supplement to specialist treatment
Advantages of the Baby-Vac® nasal Aspirator:
•Continuous suction works fast•No chance of blow back common with conventional aspirators•Removable Clear collecting chamber allows observation of results and easy clean up•Safe for newborns and toddlers•Doctor recommended
Conceptual exposition of the Baby-Vac:
A running nose for babies and toddlers is very common. One of the major problems is that a small child is not yet capable to blow his/her nose and it will take some time before an infant or a baby will learn to breathe through the mouth. Snuffles will hinder breathing, make them feel discomfort, and may lead to more serious health problems concerning the ear, nose, throat and the inferior respiratory tracts. Therefore it is very important to keep the nasal cavity clear. The Arianna Baby-Vac Nasal Aspirator is by far the best alternative for this purpose.Naturally, a check-up by a health professional is not replaceable. Only a doctor can diagnose the cause of a nasal secretion. The removal of secretion from the nasal cavities will accelerate recovery in case of sickness, improve breathing and general well-being, and help in the prevention of disease.
Use your household vacuum cleaner between 800Watt and 1500Watt1.Insert the evacuator (A) into the collecting cylinder (B)2.Turn on your household vacuum cleaner.3.Insert the vacuum cleaner adapter (C) into the attachment hose on the vacuum.
Remove the vacuum cleaner adapter (C) from the operating vacuum, and then turn it off. Two evacuators can be found in the box.
Using the Arianna Baby-Vac:
Place the child or infant in a sitting / upright position. We recommend to hold the child in your lap until he/she feels comfortable with this apparatus. Position the evacuator (A) so that it should fully seal one of the nostrils and hold it there for a couple of seconds while observing the discharge being deposited in the collecting cylinder. (B) You may gently rotate the evacuator in a circular motion. Repeat this process in the same or/and the other nostril daily or as needed.
Clean the units before and after each use by washing it with hot soapy water. Rinse with hot or warm water. Do not use any detergents, chemicals or abrasive materials on it.