NoseFrida nasal aspirator is an effective aid against nasal congestion for small children aged 0-3. Small children cannot blow their noses and this disturbs their sleep, food intake and the general well-being of the child and the whole family.
NoseFrida has been developed and produced by an ear, nose and throat doctor. It meets all the demands for safety and hygiene both for the child and the user. The nasal aspirator does not irritate the sensitive mucous membrane in your child's nose. Recommended by paediatricians and BVC (Swedish Child Care Centres).
As a way of evaluating NoseFrida a study of 43 children was conducted by the Ear, Nose & Throat Clinic at the MAS University Hospital in Malmö, Slottstadens Medical Team in Malmö and by the Child Care Centre Södertull in Lund. (42 of the children had pronounced nasal congestion). The majority of the children (34) used NoseFrida more than 3 times a day, including before each meal, before the child was put to bed and if it awoke in the middle of the night. 37 of 40 parents had a very positive experience from using the aspirator. No complications were noted during the suction. The study has been published in the Swedish ÖNH journal 3/97.
Clinical tests show that using NoseFrida results in less nasal congestion, better sleep and an improved appetite. NoseFrida is effective enough to reduce the need of nasal drops.
Each aspirator is supplied with a moisture absorbing hygiene filter that makes use hygienic and these must be replaced after each application. NoseFrida is packed in a specially designed case where the hygiene filters are also held out of the reach of children.
NoseFrida now presents its complementary product NoseFrida Nasal Spray, a natural saline solution with a smaller dosage volume tailored for young children 0-3 years.
NoseFrida at Rachael Ray!
July 1st 2011 Rachael Ray presented NoseFrida at her show, which is seen by 2,6 million people every day. They made a test with NoseFrida and they where all very happy with it. They recommended NoseFrida to all parents.
"I see it as a good complement to other self-care methods such as saline solution and head in elevated position. It is also apparent that using NoseFrida does not cause any complications for the child or the user."
Head of Division, Hospital Hygienist
Paediatric and Adolescent Healthcare in Lund