- Aids in Removing Ear Wax
- The Safe Way to Flush a Baby’s External Ear Canal
- Latex Free Product
USE ON THE RECOMMENDATION OF YOUR DOCTOR. FLUSH SYRINGE WITH WATER BEFORE EACH USE. 1. Use plain water at body temperature. NEVER USE COOL WATER. 2. The child should be seated. The head should be slightly tilted toward the ear to be irrigated. Hold a small basin under the ear to catch returning water. 3. If the child is younger than three years old, gently pull the ear backward and downward to expose the ear canal. If the child is older than three, gently pull ear backward and upward to expose the ear canal. The tip of syringe should be directed slightly upward toward side of ear canal rather than straight back toward the eardrum. Do not let tip of syringe touch or enter ear canal. 4. Squeeze contents gently toward the side of ear canal. NEVER INJECT FORCEFULLY. NOTE: When the ear canal is irrigated, the tip of the ear syringe should not obstruct the flow of water leaving the ear canal. CLEANING AND STORAGE: Clean syringe thoroughly with plain water after each use. Shake out excess water and let air dry thoroughly. Store in a cool dry place, away from hot surfaces and sharp instruments. Do not expose product to direct sunlight or heat.
If child experiences pain or dizziness, discontinue use. Do not resume irrigation without consulting a doctor. Never irrigate ears if eardrum is known to be perforated, or if any drainage, bleeding, pain or irritation is present.
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