Naperville, Illinois a baby products company Rose Medical Innovations launched Dr. Rose’s Baby, a nasal aspirator. The product provides parents with a safer and more hygienic alternative to traditional bulb or straw aspirators. More information can be found at https://drrosesbaby.com/how-to-use
Naperville IL Doctor
Invents A Better Safer
Nasal Aspirator For
Give your babies the best care-get in touch with Rose Medial
Innovations and ask about their new baby nasal aspirators, Dr. Roses
Baby, and discover why it's the best aspirator in the market!
The company specializes in
providing parents with simple,
attractive and highly functional
Dr. Rose’s Baby is the brainchild of pediatrician and mom,
Dr. Reyna M. Trevino.
The new product aims to provide
you with a safer and more hygienic
alternative to traditional bulb or
According to Dr. Trevino, one of the common reasons babies cry is when
they can’t breathe through their noses. This makes a nasal aspirator one
of the essential tools you should have in your baby care arsenal.
However, when asked what is the
best aspirator to use, Dr. Trevino
finds it hard to recommend the best
one as most aspirators in the market
have their disadvantages.
Regular bulb aspirators are opaque. Thus, you can’t see if you are
actually successful in sucking any mucus from your babies’ noses.
Also, bulb aspirators have one valve,
thus the nozzle needs to be inserted
repeatedly into your babies’ noses
which causes them to become
Straw aspirators on the other hand involves having to suck out the mucus
yourselves, using the aspirator like a straw. While you are able to control the
suction strength, there is a high possibility of virus and bacteria transfer from your
baby to you.
Bulb aspirators have one valve,
thus the nozzle needs to be
inserted repeatedly into your
babies' noses which causes them
to become irritated.
Dissatisfied with these aspirators, Dr, Trevino decided to develop her own. Dr. Rose’s Baby is a clear
nasal aspirator designed with a soft nozzle and engineered to have 2 valves. This makes it possible for
repeat suctioning, eliminating having to insert the nozzle into your baby’s nose repeatedly.
Furthermore, it provides just enough suction to
safely draw out mucus without rupturing inner nose
tissue. Also safer for yo