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Instruction Manual for Ear / Ulcer Syringe (All Rubber Suction Bulb)

A Ear/Ulcer Syringe/Bulb is a small, rubbery object that is used to remove mucus. You can use a syringe/bulb at home to clear your baby's clogged nose or mouth. A stuffy nose can make babies fussy when they try to sleep or eat. Since babies cannot blow their noses, you may have to remove these clogs with a syringe/bulb.

It is important to position your child correctly when you use a syringe/bulb. Here are some different positions you may want to try in order to find one that works best for both of you:



  • Hold your baby in your arm at an angle with his head up. Cover his outside hand with your forearm and hold his inside hand with your same hand. This will not only isolate the use of his hands to put you away, but it will also limit his head movement in the bend of your arm.
  • If two people are available, one may hold the baby in the same manner as above and use his free hand to hold both of the baby's hands while the other person suctions.
  • You may also lay your baby on his side on a changing table. This allows you to hold his hands with one of your hands while using your other hand to suction.


HOW TO USE :

To use the syringe/bulb properly, you must first hold the syringe/bulb with the tip between your middle finger and forefinger. The bulb should be in the palm of your hand. Then - before inserting the suction bulb in your baby's nose - push all the air out of it with your thumb on the top of the bulb (See Image-A).

Carefully and gently, insert the end into either the nose or mouth, whichever requires suctioning. Slowly release your thumb. Always suction an infant's mouth first and then the nose, if both, need suctioning (See Image-B).




As you release your thumb, air re-enters the bulb. This will draw the fluids out of the nose of mouth. If the fluids are too thick, 2-3 drops of salt water put in the nose may loosen the fluids making them easier to suction out.

It is very important to get the clogs cleared from your baby's airway. Allow time for your baby to recover and breathe in between suctioning. Also when suctioning the mouth, be sure to put the suction bulb in the side of your child's mouth.



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  • Hold your baby in your arm at an angle with his head up. Cover his outside hand with your forearm and hold his inside hand with your same hand. This will not only isolate the use of his hands to put you away, but it will also limit his head movement in the bend of your arm.
  • If two people are available, one may hold the baby in the same manner as above and use his free hand to hold both of the baby's hands while the other person suctions.
  • You may also lay your baby on his side on a changing table. This allows you to hold his hands with one of your hands while using your other hand to suction.


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Instruction Manual for Ear / Ulcer Syringe (All Rubber Suction Bulb)