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A running nose - The importance of sucking out the stagnant nasal secretion.
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Efficiency test of the babyvac by the Medical University of Vienna
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  • Paediatricians and ENT specialists recommend it
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A running nose - The importance of sucking out the stagnant nasal secretion

Toddlers suffer from running nose six times a year on average. This means the inflammation of the sinusitis in the nose, which is often viral. If it isn't treated properly and at the proper time the stagnant nasal secretion will become a good substrate for the bacteria. In this case the initial watery secretion becomes dense, which can cause respiratory disorders and complications.

To prevent or avoid discomfort and respiratory disorders the stagnant nasal secretion has to be removed first as it may cause risk for sinusitis, or can be coughed to the middle ear and cause middle ear infections, also the bacteria from the mucus can go down from the pharynx to the bronchia and can make risk for the bronchitis, laryngitis and pneumonia.

Older children are able to blow their noses, however infants and toddlers are not yet able to. Therefore the secretion has to be removed by sucking.
Motor aspirators are available only in hospitals so sucking several times a day is impossible. The secretion has to be sucked as often as an adult blows out his/her nose.
The Arianna Baby Vac is giving a gentle suction but strong enough to remove the mucus deep inside from the nose. It can be used safely on infants as well. Sucking doesn't hurt/harm the nasal mucus membrane. It has been fully tested clinically by international institutions such as the Medical University Vienna in Austria, the University Ulm Clinic in Germany.
The apparatus sucks out the secretion not with the strength of a vacuum but with its help.

If there is no discharge in the collecting cylinder when using the Baby Vac, the procedure must be stopped. A cold lasting for more than a few days or a week must be checked by a doctor for allergy, adenoids or any complications have to be excluded. Besides using the Baby Vac nasal drops such as Saline nose drops is recommended few minutes before the suction and vitamins may be needed for the better results. Antibiotics are not required only if a specialist thinks so.




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