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The NeilMed Naspira NOA is the world's most uniquely designed system, where several important safety, quality and efficacy features are combined. With our unique 2-in-1 design, you can either use it as a NeilMed NasaBulb aspirator or as an effective Nasal-Oral suction device where parents can use suction force generated by the mouth similar to sucking through a straw. By using the NeilMed Naspira NOA, you can quickly remove nasal mucus safely and effectively by creating a negative airflow of 5 to 10 liters or more per minute plus longer duration of suction, as opposed to simply using a bulb aspirator where the suction duration is less than half a second. In addition, the NeilMed Naspira NOA features in-line disposable filters to protect the parent from contact with mucus. The one-way valve prevents a large volume of accidental air from the parent's mouth from blowing into the baby's nose and prevents pushing down of the mucus. Safe for babies and toddlers. Helps reduce contamination risk. Pull apart cleaning. BPA, latex and phthalates free. High grade silicone. Dishwasher safe

The key features are:

  • Transparent design
  • Safe for babies & toddlers
  • Included 7 in-line disposable filters to reduce contamination risk
  • Components pull apart for easy cleaning
  • 2-in-1 design allows for use as both a bulb and an aspirator
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made of high-grade silicone
  • Dishwasher safe (excluding disposable filters)

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