However, the use of baby nasal aspirator is always accompanied by certain risks as it is, after all, a machine. Therefore, when using the baby nasal aspirator, mothers must pay attention to the strength to ensure that they will not hurt the baby.
At the same time, it is not suitable to use the baby nasal aspirator every day because, firstly, the baby's nasal secretions are minimal and do not require daily cleaning. Secondly, excessive use of the baby nasal aspirator can cause damage to the baby's nasal mucosa, leading to rhinitis.
In daily life, parents need to clean the baby's face and keep an eye on the baby's nasal secretions. When the secretions are excessive, the baby nasal aspirator can be used for cleaning. When using the baby nasal aspirator to remove nasal secretions from the baby, parents must pay attention to scientific methods and frequency of use, and avoid excessive use.
In order to ensure that the baby can breathe freely and smoothly, mothers inevitably have to rely on the power of the baby nasal aspirator. However, the baby nasal aspirator is, after all, a machine, and its use always carries certain risks. Therefore, when using the baby nasal aspirator, mothers must pay attention to the strength to ensure that they will not hurt the baby. As for how to use the baby nasal aspirator, it still depends on different situations.
If you are using a pump-style nasal aspirator, compress the rubber ball before inserting the suction tip into the baby's nostril. Because if you compress the rubber ball after the suction tip is inserted into the nostril, it may cause damage to the baby's nasal mucosa or cause nasal mucus to backflow.
If you are using an electric nasal aspirator, make sure that the baby's mouth can be opened to allow air flow in the nasal cavity to ensure that the nasal mucus and mucus can be absorbed properly without blocking the nasal cavity and reducing suction power or causing suction failure. In addition, when using a baby nasal aspirator, push it slowly and avoid vigorous operation to avoid hurting the baby.
If there is still a large amount of nasal mucus in the nostril after using the baby nasal aspirator, tear a small piece of tissue into a long strip (not too short and easy to take out) and insert it into the nostril to roll the mucus out. If there is still nasal mucus, repeat the process. Then clean the other nostril in the same way.
Mothers should be aware that they should pay attention to the baby's facial hygiene and try to use the baby nasal aspirator as little as possible to avoid excessive use causing damage to the baby's nasal mucosa and causing rhinitis.
Keep the baby nasal aspirator out of the baby's reach to avoid accidents.