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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING THE NEILMED NASAL SHOWER

HOW TO USE THE NEILMED NOSE DOUCHE

The NeilMed Sinus Rinse Nasal Shower is easy to use. By slowly squeezing the bottle, you rinse your sinuses and sinuses with light water pressure. This will keep your nose and airways open and give you more air. Proven effective! Give yourself more air with this unique and patented nasal shower.

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING THE NEILMED NASAFLO

HOW TO USE THE NEILMED Nasaflo

The NeilMed NasaFlo neti pot is a soothing and calming nasal rinse for a variety of nasal complaints. Because the water flows out of the jug without pressure, this neti pot is ideal for people with sensitive nasal passages or who only want to rinse lightly or keep their nose moist.

Instructions for use NeilMed neti pot

CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS NEILMED NETI POT

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING THE NEILMED NASADOCK PLUS

HOW TO USE THE NEILMED Nasadock Plus

Store your NeilMed Sinus Rinse nasal shower and Nasaflo neti pot hygienically. The NeilMed Nasadock Plus ensures proper drying and prevents contamination the next time you use it. With the handy storage compartment, you'll always have salt bags handy. We explain how to assemble the Nasadock Plus.

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING THE NEILMED SINUGATOR

HOW TO USE THE NEILMED SINUGATOR

The NeilMed Sinugator electric nasal shower is super comfortable and easy to use. It pleasantly flushes a continuous stream of saline solution through your cavities. So you don't have to squeeze yourself!

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE NEILMED SINUGATOR ELECTRIC NASAL SHOWER

CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS NEILMED SINUGATOR ELECTRIC NASAL SHOWER

INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO NEILMED SINUGATOR ELECTRIC NASAL SHOWER

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING NEILMED NASAMIST NASAL SPRAY

HOW TO USE THE NEILMED NASAMIST NASAL SPRAY

NeilMed nasal spray saline contains a natural, sterile and soothing saline solution. Administering a gentle, fine mist into the nose is an excellent way to keep your nasal cavities moist and open and prevent nasal bleeding caused by dry air. The NeilMeid nasal spray saline All-in-one is a special nasal spray. It has three functions!

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Instructions for use Neilmed nasal spray All-in-one

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING NEILMED NASAL OINTMENT

HOW TO USE THE NEILMED NEUSZALF

NeilMed nasal ointment spray and NeilMed nasal ointment tube contain a natural gel based on isotonic saline solution. The combination of saline solution, aloe vera and sodium hyaluronic acid ensures proper moisturization and hydration of a dry and irritated nose.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE NEILMED NASAL OINTMENT SPRAY AND TUBE

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING THE NEILMED EAR SHOWER

HOW TO USE THE NEILMED EAR WASH / EARWAX REMOVER

The NeilMed ear wash removes excess earwax (wax). It works with a saline solution that rinses the wax out of your ear. You drizzle ear drops into your ear, let them soak in and then rinse your ear clean. The NeilMed Ear Wax Removal Complete Kit is easy to use and gives you pleasant hearing again.

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING THE NEILMED WOUND SHOWER

HOW TO USE THE NEILMED WONDELING

NeilMed WoundWash cleans small wounds with a sterile and physiological saline solution. It is therefore an excellent aftercare product to clean wounds such as scrapes, cuts and holes for earrings and piercings. It speeds up the healing process and reduces the risk of scarring.

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL NASAL SHOWER NEILMED

The Sinus Rinse Nasal Wash is easy to use. By slowly squeezing the bottle, you rinse your sinuses and sinuses with light water pressure. This will keep your nose and airways open and give you more air.

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Step 1

First, wash your hands. Fill the clean nasal douche with lukewarm tap water at body temperature. Do this only in the Netherlands. In other countries, fill the bottle with the appropriate amount of lukewarm distilled, filtered or previously boiled water. You can heat the water in a microwave oven in 5- to 10-second increments to avoid overheating the water, damaging the nasal douche or burning your nasal cavity.

Step 2

Cut off a corner of the SINUS RINSE™ Nasal Rinse Bag and pour the contents into the vial. Tighten the cap securely. Hold the nasal rinse cap closed with one finger and gently shake the bottle to dissolve the mixture.

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Step 3

Bend over the sink comfortably and tilt your head down. Keep your mouth open without holding your breath. Place the cap firmly against your nostril. Gently squeeze the bottle until the solution flows out of the other nostril. Some saline solution may flow into your mouth. Do not swallow the solution. For a good rinse, it is important to use at least a quarter to a half bottle (60 ml to 120 ml).

Step 4

Blow your nose gently, without pinching it completely shut, to avoid pressure on the eardrums. If possible, gently blow your nose once or twice to allow the residual solution to clean the area at the back of the nasal cavity (nasopharynx). Sometimes the solution may end up in your throat. Spit this out. Tilt your head to the side in the opposite direction of the nostril you just rinsed. This removes any remaining solution that may still be in your nose.

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Step 5

Repeat steps 3 and 4 to cleanse your other nasal cavity.

Step 6

Clean the bottle and cap (see cleaning instructions). Allow the SINUS RINSE™ Nasal Irrigator, cap and tubing to air dry on a clean paper towel or use the NeilMed NasaDOCK Storage Kit (sold separately) to store the Nasal Irrigator, cap and tubing hygienically.

Replace the nasal bath for hygienic reasons after three months.

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USE NEILMED NASAL RINSE SALINE SOLUTION

We recommend using a new saline solution for each nasal rinse. Do not use old, leftover saline solutions! Rinse once or twice a day, or as directed by your doctor. NeilMed saline solution is safe and non-addictive.

For best results, use NeilMed Nasal Rinse Saline. These are matched in quantity of salt to the NeilMed 240 ml nasal irrigator, NasaFlo® Neti Pot or Sinugator® electric nasal irrigator. You can also use NeilMed Nasal Rinse Saline with other irrigators or nasal rinsers as long as you use the correct amount of water.

We do not recommend using homemade salt solutions because they may have the wrong concentration. Salt you buy in stores is not pharmaceutical grade and therefore unsuitable for medical use. Non-medical salt solutions or home-made solutions can lead to soreness, insufficient relief of your symptoms or even nasal congestion.

DRIP

In rare cases, especially if you have had sinus surgery, saline solution may remain in the sinuses and nostrils and drip out of your nostrils hours after rinsing. To avoid this harmless but annoying discomfort, there is an extra step after rinsing: Lean forward, tilt your head to the side and blow your nose. Then tilt your head to the other side and blow your nose again. You may need to repeat this a few times. This helps rid your nose of excess mucus and salt residue. If you find that you experience frequent drip, do not rinse your nose just before you go to sleep or when you need to go out the door.

AVOID DISCOMFORT TO YOUR EARS

  • If you've had ear surgery, consult with your doctor before starting nasal irrigation
  • If you have an ear infection or blocked ears, it is better not to rinse your nose
  • Rinse with lukewarm, distilled, filtered or previously boiled water
  • Keep your mouth open
  • Don't hold your breath while rinsing
  • Keep your head tilted while rinsing
  • Gently squeeze the bottle while rinsing; do not squeeze too hard
  • Stop rinsing if you feel fluid coming near your ears
  • Always blow your nose gently

IMPORTANT OTHER INFORMATION

Do not rinse your nose with cold water. This gives a severe burning sensation, like getting water up your nose in a swimming pool. Therefore, always use lukewarm water (hand warm or body temperature). In the Netherlands you can use tap water just fine. In other countries, use distilled, microfiltered (to 0.2 microns), commercially bottled water or water that has been previously boiled and cooled to body temperature. Mix this water with NeilMed® Sinus Rinse™ Nasal Rinse Salts.

Do not use the nasal rinse if your nasal cavities are completely blocked or if you have an ear infection or blocked ears. If you have recently had ear surgery or sinus surgery, consult your doctor before using the nasal rinser. If you experience pressure in your ears or a burning sensation in your nasal cavity, stop rinsing and seek the advice of your doctor. We recommend that you rinse your nose at least an hour before you go to bed and no more after that. This prevents saline solution from being left behind.

Keep the salt and saline solution out of the reach of children. Do not swallow the solution. If it happens accidentally, there is no harm. The amount of sodium in a sip of saline solution is negligible. You simply urinate it out again.

Patients who cannot stand or stoop near a sink should not use this product. We also advise against using this product for bedridden patients or those who are severely debilitated.

Store NeilMed Nasal Rinse Salt in a cool and dry place.

Cleaning

INSTRUCTIONS FOR CLEANING NASAL SHOWER NEILMED

The NeilMed Sinus Rinse nasal rinse is made so that you can easily clean it. It is important that you read the cleaning instructions carefully so that you use NeilMed ENT products in a hygienic and safe manner. For hygienic reasons and to prevent bacterial contamination, we recommend that you use the NasaDock Plus storage kit to store your nasal douche and neti pot.

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General

It is important to keep the NeilMed Sinus Rinse nasal douche neat, dry and hygienic. Because of the importance of good hygiene, we recommend changing the nasal douche every three months and using the NasaDock Plus storage kit.

Check the bottle and tubing regularly for discoloration and cracks. If there are visible signs of aging or permanent color change, clean the nasal douche even more thoroughly than you do daily. If discoloration remains after cleaning, discard the item and buy a new one. For good hygiene, we recommend replacing the nasal bath every three months.

We recommend that you perform the following steps after each use of the NeilMed Sinus Rinse nasal rinse

Step 1

Rinse the cap, tubing and nasal douche (bottle) with running water. Fill the bottle with lukewarm water (use distilled, microfiltered (0.2 micron), commercial bottled water or previously boiled and cooled water if necessary).

Step 2

Add a few drops of liquid dish soap or baby shampoo.

Step 3

Screw the cap with tubing onto the bottle. Hold your fingers over the opening in the cap and shake the bottle well.

Step 4

Then squeeze the nasal douche hard to allow the soap solution to clean the inside of the tube and cap. Then empty the bottle.

Step 5

Rinse the soapy water thoroughly from the bottle, cap and tubing and place all parts on a clean paper towel to dry or preferably use the NeilMed NasaDock Plus storage kit.

NO DISHWASHER, BUT VINEGAR OR ALCOHOL

Do not use a dishwasher to clean the inside of the bottle. Although our nasal shower is dishwasher safe, a dishwasher will not properly clean the SINUS RINSE™ bottle. The water jets from the dishwasher cannot reach all parts of the inside properly, so the bottle will not be cleaned thoroughly enough.

If you want to use an additional method to the one described above for a thorough cleaning, use concentrated white vinegar or isopropyl alcohol (70% concentrated). Clean your nasal douche with either of these agents as described above.

DISINFECT YOUR NASAL RINSE

Clean the nasal douche with soap and water as described above. Shake off the excess water. Now place the bottle, cap and tubing in the microwave for up to 60 seconds at 600 watts (maximum 800 watts). If the wattage is higher than 800, shorten the time to 40 seconds. This will disinfect the bottle, cap and tubing. Has the microwave been used recently? If so, let it cool down first. Microwaves that are still hot produce more energy, damaging the bottle. Disinfect the nasal douche regularly.

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL NETI POT NEILMED

The NasaFlo Neti Pot is an ideal product to moisten and cleanse your nose in a limited way in a natural and soothing way.

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GENERAL

If you suffer from allergies (e.g. dust, animals, smoke), a dry nose (which can lead to a nosebleed), hay fever or a slight cold, it's great to keep your nose moist with the NasaFlo neti pot from NeilMed . It gives you air again. If you often have a stuffy nose due to lots of mucus, we recommend the NeilMed Sinus Rinse nasal bath. This allows you to use light water pressure to rinse your nose clean.

Step 1

First, wash your hands. Fill the clean Nasaflo Neti Pot with lukewarm tap water at body temperature. Do this only in the Netherlands. In other countries, fill the bottle with the appropriate amount of lukewarm distilled, filtered or previously boiled water. You can heat the water in a microwave in 5- to 10-second increments to avoid overheating the water, damaging the pot or burning your nasal cavity.

Step 2

Cut off a corner of the SINUS RINSE™ nasal rinse saline bag and pour the contents into the jar. Place the lid on the jar. Hold the hole in the lid closed with one finger and shake the jar gently to dissolve the mixture.

Step 3

Bend comfortably forward over the sink and tilt your head to the side. Hold your mouth open without holding your breath. Place the nozzle firmly against your nostril and let the saline solution flow gently until it runs out of the other nostril. Use about half of the solution in the NASAFLO® Neti Pot (120 ml) for one nostril. The solution will not enter your throat unless you tilt your head back too much. To adjust the amount of water, place your finger partially over the hole in the lid. To stop the flow of water, place your finger completely over the hole.

Step 4

Blow your nose gently, without pinching the nose completely shut, to avoid pressure on the eardrums. If possible, gently blow your nose once or twice so that the remaining solution can clean the area at the back of the nasal cavity (nasopharynx). Sometimes the solution may end up in your throat. Spit this out. To remove the remaining solution from your nose, gently blow your nose while tilting your head forward and to the side, in the opposite direction of the nostril you just rinsed.

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Step 5

Repeat steps 3 and 4 to cleanse your other nasal cavity.

Step 6

Clean your neti pot with soap and water and let it air dry (see cleaning instructions). Use the NeilMed NasaDOCK storage kit (sold separately) to keep the neti pot hygienic.

Replace your Nasaflo neti pot for hygienic reasons after three to five months. You can use the porcelain neti pot longer.

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USE SALINE SOLUTION

We recommend making a new saline solution before each nasal rinse. Do not use old, leftover saline solutions! Rinse once or twice a day, or as directed by your doctor. NeilMed saline solution is safe and non-addictive.

For best results, use the NeilMed nasal rinse saline solution. These are matched in salt content to the NeilMed 240 ml nasal douche, NasaFlo® Neti Pot or Sinugator® electric nasal douche. You can also use NeilMed nasal rinse saline with other irrigators or nasal rinsers, as long as you use the right amount of water.

We do not recommend using homemade salt solutions as they may have the wrong concentration. Store-bought salt is not pharmaceutical grade and therefore not suitable for medical use. Non-medical salt solutions or homemade solutions can lead to soreness, insufficient relief of your symptoms or even nasal congestion.

DRIP

In rare cases, especially if you have had sinus surgery, saline solution may remain in the sinuses and nasal cavities and drip out of your nostrils hours after rinsing. To avoid this harmless but annoying discomfort, perform an extra step after rinsing: lean forward, tilt your head to the side and gently blow your nose. Then tilt your head to the other side and blow your nose again. It may be necessary to repeat this a few times. This helps to clear your nose of excess mucus and residual saline. If you find you experience frequent dripping, do not rinse your nose right before you go to sleep or when you need to go out.

AVOID DISCOMFORT TO YOUR EARS

  • If you've had ear surgery, consult with your doctor before starting nasal irrigation
  • If you have an ear infection or clogged ears, it's best not to rinse your nose.
  • Rinse with lukewarm, distilled, filtered or previously boiled water.
  • Keep your mouth open
  • Don't hold your breath while rinsing
  • Keep your head tilted while rinsing
  • Gently squeeze the bottle while rinsing; do not squeeze too hard
  • Stop rinsing if you feel fluid coming near your ears
  • Always blow your nose gently

IMPORTANT OTHER INFORMATION

Do not rinse your nose with cold water. This gives a severe burning sensation, similar to water in your nose in the pool. Therefore, always use lukewarm water (lukewarm or body temperature). In the Netherlands, you can use tap water. In other countries, use distilled, microfiltered (to 0.2 microns), commercially bottled water or water that has been previously boiled and cooled to body temperature. Mix this water with NeilMed® Sinus Rinse™ nasal rinse salt.

Do not use the nasal douche if your nasal cavities are completely blocked or if you have an ear infection or blocked ears. If you have recently had ear surgery or sinus surgery, contact your doctor before using the nasal douche. If you experience pressure in your ears or a burning sensation in your nose, stop rinsing and seek the advice of your doctor. We recommend that you rinse your nose at least an hour before you go to bed and not after. This prevents saline solution from being left behind.

Keep the salt and saline solution out of the reach of children. Do not swallow the solution. If it happens accidentally, there is no harm. The amount of sodium in a sip of saline solution is negligible. You simply urinate it out again.

Patients who cannot stand or stoop near a sink should not use this product. We also advise against using this product for bedridden patients or those who are severely debilitated.

In addition to the Neti pot, we also have other products that promote nasal hygiene, such as the electric nasal bath or the children's nasal bath.

Store NeilMed nasal rinse salt in a cool and dry place.

Cleaning

INSTRUCTIONS FOR CLEANING NETI POT NEILMED

It is important to keep the NeilMed NasaFlo Neti Pot neat, dry and hygienic. Because of the importance of good hygiene, we recommend replacing your neti pot every three months.

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General

Perform a routine inspection of the neti pot for discoloration and cracks. If there are visual symptoms of aging or permanent color change, clean the neti pot thoroughly. If the discoloration remains after cleaning, discard the item and buy a new one. Our recommendation is to replace the neti pot every three months.

We recommend that you perform the following steps after each use of the NeilMed NasaFlo neti pot:

Step 1

Rinse the lid and neti pot with running water.
Fill the neti pot with lukewarm water (use distilled, microfiltered (0.2 micron), commercial bottled water or previously boiled and cooled water if necessary).

Step 2

Add a few drops of liquid dish soap or baby shampoo.

Step 3

Place the lid on the neti pot. Hold your fingers over the opening in the lid and shake the neti pot well.

Step 4

Then empty the neti pot.

Step 5

Rinse the soapy water thoroughly from the neti pot and place it and the lid on a clean paper towel to dry, or preferably use the NeilMed NasaDock Plus storage kit.

NO DISHWASHER, BUT VINEGAR OR ALCOHOL

Do not use a dishwasher to clean the inside of the neti pot. Although the neti pot is dishwasher safe, a dishwasher will not adequately clean the inside of the neti pot.

If you want to use an additional method for thorough cleaning in addition to the one described above, use concentrated white vinegar or isopropyl alcohol (70% concentrated). Clean your neti pot with either of these products following the procedure described above.

Disinfect your neti pot

After cleaning and drying, place your NeilMed NasaFlo neti pot in the microwave for 60 seconds at 600 watts (maximum 800 watts). If the wattage is higher than 800, shorten the time to 40 seconds. This disinfects your neti pot.

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user manual for ELECTRIC NOSE SHOWER

The cordless NeilMed Sinugator Electric Nasal Irrigator cleanses your nose, sinuses and sinuses with a pulsating and constant stream of water. Thanks to the NeilMed nasal rinse salt used for this purpose, your cavities are thoroughly cleansed.

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GENERAL

The NeilMed Sinugator electric nasal rinse is ideal for people who like a constant dose or children and seniors who have difficulty pressing. Research shows that flushing your nose reduces symptoms, gives more air and sleep for sinus infections (chronic sinusitis), hay fever, allergies and colds

Step 1

First wash your hands. Fill the transparent blue reservoir with 240 ml of lukewarm tap water at body temperature. Do this only in the Netherlands. In other countries, fill the bottle with the appropriate amount of body temperature water that has been distilled, microfiltered (0.2 microns), commercially bottled or pre-cooked and cooled.

Step 2

Cut off a corner of the SINUS RINSE™ Nasal Rinse Bag and pour the contents into the blue reservoir of the Sinugator®. Place the white motor unit on the reservoir and twist it until it locks into place. Shake the reservoir thoroughly with a circular motion to dissolve the mixture.

Step 3

Bend over the sink comfortably and tilt your head down. Keep your mouth open without holding your breath. Place the cup against your right nostril. Press the blue on/off button until the solution flows out of your left nostril. Some saline solution may flow into your mouth. Do not swallow the solution. For a good rinse, keep pressing the on/off button until at least a quarter to half of the solution (60 ml to 120 ml) has been used for one nostril. Release the on/off button if you experience discomfort, pain or pressure during flushing.

Step 4

Blow your nose gently, without pinching it completely shut, to avoid pressure on the eardrums. If possible, gently blow your nose once or twice to allow the residual solution to clean the area at the back of the nasal cavity (nasopharynx). Sometimes the solution may end up in your throat. Spit this out.

Tilt your head to the side in the opposite direction of the nostril you just rinsed. This removes any remaining solution that may still be in your nose.

Step 5

Repeat steps 3 and 4 to cleanse your other nasal cavity.

SALINE SOLUTION

We recommend using a new saline solution for each nasal rinse. Do not use old, leftover saline solutions! Rinse once or twice a day, or as directed by your doctor. NeilMed saline solution is safe and non-addictive.

For best results, use NeilMed Nasal Rinse Saline. These are matched in quantity of salt to the NeilMed 240 ml nasal irrigator, NasaFlo® Neti Pot or Sinugator® electric nasal irrigator. You can also use NeilMed Nasal Rinse Saline with other irrigators or nasal rinsers as long as you use the correct amount of water.

We do not recommend using homemade salt solutions because they may have the wrong concentration. Salt you buy in stores is not pharmaceutical grade and therefore unsuitable for medical use. Non-medical salt solutions or home-made solutions can lead to soreness, insufficient relief of your symptoms or even nasal congestion.

DRIP

In rare cases, especially if you have had sinus surgery, saline solution may remain in the sinuses and nostrils and drip out of your nostrils hours after rinsing. To avoid this harmless but annoying discomfort, there is an extra step after rinsing: Lean forward, tilt your head to the side and blow your nose. Then tilt your head to the other side and blow your nose again. You may need to repeat this a few times. This helps rid your nose of excess mucus and salt residue. If you find that you experience frequent drip, do not rinse your nose just before you go to sleep or when you need to go out the door.

AVOID DISCOMFORT TO YOUR EARS

  • If you've had ear surgery, consult with your doctor before starting nasal irrigation
  • If you have an ear infection or clogged ears, it's best not to rinse your nose.
  • Rinse with lukewarm, distilled, filtered or previously boiled water.
  • Keep your mouth open
  • Don't hold your breath while rinsing
  • Keep your head tilted while rinsing
  • Gently squeeze the bottle while rinsing; do not squeeze too hard
  • Stop rinsing if you feel fluid coming near your ears
  • Always blow your nose gently

IMPORTANT OTHER INFORMATION

Do not rinse your nose with cold water. This gives a severe burning sensation, like getting water up your nose in a swimming pool. Therefore, always use lukewarm water (hand warm or body temperature). In the Netherlands you can use tap water just fine. In other countries, use distilled, microfiltered (to 0.2 microns), commercially bottled water or water that has been previously boiled and cooled to body temperature. Mix this water with NeilMed® Sinus Rinse™ Nasal Rinse Salts.

Do not use the nasal rinse if your nasal cavities are completely blocked or if you have an ear infection or blocked ears. If you have recently had ear surgery or sinus surgery, consult your doctor before using the nasal rinser. If you experience pressure in your ears or a burning sensation in your nasal cavity, stop rinsing and seek the advice of your doctor. We recommend that you rinse your nose at least an hour before you go to bed and no more after that. This prevents saline solution from being left behind.

Keep the salt and saline solution out of the reach of children. Do not swallow the solution. If it happens accidentally, there is no harm. The amount of sodium in a sip of saline solution is negligible. You simply urinate it out again.

Patients who cannot stand or stoop near a sink should not use this product. We also advise against using this product for bedridden patients or those who are severely debilitated.

Store NeilMed Nasal Rinse Salt in a cool and dry place.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY

Slide the with soft hose over the white fixed tube at the bottom of the motor unit. The end of the hose with a notch hangs in the blue reservoir. Attach the end without a notch to the motor unit.

Step 1

Open the battery compartment by sliding the knob to the left (unlock). Lift the cover and insert three AA batteries as shown in the compartment. Replace the cover and slide the knob to the right (lock).

Step 2

Slide the white soft hose over the white fixed tube at the bottom of the motor unit.

Step 3

Attach the nasal wash head to the top of the motor unit.

Step 4

Press the blue switch to verify that the device is active.

Cleaning

INSTRUCTIONS FOR CLEANING ELECTRIC NOSE SHOWER

NeilMed's Sinus Rinse electric nasal shower is made so that you can easily clean it. It is important that you read the cleaning instructions carefully to ensure that you use NeilMed ENT products hygienically and safely.

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General

Clean the NeilMed Sinugator electric nasal spray with running water. Then dry it with a clean and lint-free towel. Then let the electric nasal douche air dry.

You can disinfect the coil head, blue water reservoir and white soft tubing in the microwave for 60 seconds at 600 watts (maximum 800 watts). If the wattage is higher than 800, shorten the time to 40 seconds.

Clean the NeilMed Sinugator electric nasal shower once every three days with a few drops of dish soap and water. Be sure to rinse well with water so that no soap residue remains.

WARNING

Do not put the white motor in the microwave for disinfection. Because the motor contains steel parts, this may cause damage or fire hazard!

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user manual for Nasamist nasal spray saline

NeilMed nasal spray saline contains a natural, sterile and soothing saline solution. Administering a gentle, fine mist into the nose is an excellent way to keep your nasal cavities moist and open and prevent nasal bleeding caused by dry air. NeilMed NasaMist Nasal Spray is available in regular and extra-strength versions.

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Step 1

Place the mouthpiece in your nostril. Press gently until your nasal cavities are moist.

Step 2

Repeat step 1 for your other nostril.
For infants and children: do not insert the mouthpiece further into the nose than the thickening/flange.
You can use the NeilMed Nasal Spray as often as you want. It does not have an addictive effect.

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ADVANTAGE NASAL SPRAY EXTRA STRONG

NeilMed Nasal Spray Extra Strong contains more than twice the concentration of saline solution as the normal variant. Research shows that a higher concentration of saline solution (2.7%) helps better with nasal congestion than the normal variant (0.9%). This is because the extra-strong saline solution draws more water from the congested mucous membranes and reduces swelling. As a result, the nasal and sinus openings open up better and can therefore drain better. A temporary burning or stinging sensation may occur when first using the extra-strength version. This disappears after a few uses. If it continues to occur, we recommend that you use the normal variant.

IMPORTANT ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Do not share NeilMed Nasal Spray with others for hygienic reasons and to prevent infections.
  • Do not completely block your nasal cavity during use to prevent pressure in the nose or ears
  • Keep out of reach of children
  • Pressurized container; do not puncture or burn
  • Store between 5° C and 55° C. Store out of the sun and away from heat sources. Avoid freezing
  • Consult your physician for use in infants and small children

Cleaning

user manual for Nasamist nasal spray
all-in-one saline solution

The NeilMed NasaMist All-In-One has three specially designed mouthpieces. Convenient on the go! No matter what ails you and where you are, you always have the right nasal spray at hand. Experience it for yourself!

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GENERAL

The NeilMed NasaMist All-in-One has three specially designed nozzles. The smallest nozzle sprays a fine mist into your nose to moisten your nasal cavities. The medium-sized nozzle gives a slightly stronger spray. And the special "cleaning adapter" allows you to rinse your nose, sinuses and sinuses with a large amount of water. Handy!

THREE NOZZLES

  • Ultrafine mist atomizer for nasal humidification:
    This nozzle can be used by children (ages 1 and up) and adults to moisturize and soothe a dry nose. Insert the ultra-fine mist nozzle into your nostril and press the button until you have atomized enough mist.
  • Medium nozzle for a stronger jet:
    You can use this mouthpiece for children (ages 5 and up) and adults. The stronger jet penetrates deeper into the nasal cavities, so in addition to moistening, you also clean your nose to a limited extent.
  • Adapter for rinsing your nose:
    You can use this adapter for children (from 5 years old) and adults. It is suitable for rinsing your nose and sinuses with a large amount of water. To do this, follow the instructions below.

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Bend over the sink comfortably and tilt your head down. Hold your mouth open without holding your breath. Place the mouthpiece firmly against your nostril. Allow the jet to continue for 2 to 3 seconds. Some saline solution may enter your mouth. Do not swallow the solution.

Blow your nose gently, without pinching your nose completely shut, to avoid pressure on your eardrums. If possible, gently blow your nose once or twice to allow the remaining solution to clean the area at the back of the nasal cavity (nasopharynx). Sometimes the solution may end up in your throat. Spit this out.

Tilt your head to the side in the opposite direction of the nostril you just rinsed. This will remove any residual solution left in your nose.

IMPORTANT ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Do not share NeilMed Nasal Spray with others for hygienic reasons and to prevent infections.
  • Do not completely block your nasal cavity during use to prevent pressure in the nose or ears
  • Keep out of reach of children
  • Pressurized container; do not puncture or burn
  • Store between 5° C and 55° C. Store out of the sun and away from heat sources. Avoid freezing
  • Consult your physician for use in infants and small children
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user manual for NASAL OINTMENT SPRAY & TUBE

NeilMed nasal ointment is conveniently available in a spray and a tube. The spray sprays the ointment well into the nose and covers a large area. The nasal ointment spray and tube contain a natural gel based on isotonic saline solution. Thus, it is drug-free. How nice! The combination of saline solution, aloe vera and sodium hyaluronic acid moisturizes and hydrates a dry and irritated nose.

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NASAL SALVE SPRAY

If you suffer from a nosebleed, have apnea, use supplemental oxygen, travel a lot or spend a lot of time in the office, you are at risk of irritated nasal passages (including from dry air). This can also occur after sinus or nose surgery or radiation. The nasal ointment spray and tube contain a natural gel based on an isotonic saline solution. Isotonic means that the salt content matches that of your body. The NeilMed NasoGel nasal ointment hydrates and moisturizes your nose, making you feel much more comfortable. The nasal ointment spray and tube do not drip and contain Aloe Vera for a soothing effect.

Spray into each nostril once or twice every 4 to 6 hours. If your nose continues to feel dry, you can increase the frequency after consulting a doctor.

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Step 1

Remove the cap from the nasal spray.

Step 2

Remove the blue safety lock.

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Step 3

Prepare the nasal spray for use by holding the pump for 4 seconds. Release the pump and repeat 4 to 5 times, or until gel appears. Important: You must hold the pump down for the full 4 seconds for maximum spray power.

Step 4

After the preparation steps, the nasal spray is ready for use.

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Step 5

Spray once or twice in each nostril every 4 to 6 hours. If your nose continues to feel dry, you can increase the frequency after consulting a doctor.

Step 6

After use, replace the cap and safety closure to prevent drying out. The nasal spray will remain pressurized for several days, making it ready for immediate use. When the pressure is gone, you can repeat step 3.

Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if mouth is dry. Store NeilMed nasal ointment spray in a cool, dry place. Avoid freezing. Save the package for the instructions on the box.

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TUBE NEUSALF

Apply a small amount of NasoGel to each nostril every 4 to 6 hours. Use a cotton swab or a latex glove if you have one. This prevents possible contamination with bacteria. If your nose continues to feel dry, you can increase the frequency.

Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if mouth is dry. Store the NasoGel tube in a cool, dry place. Avoid freezing.

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE NEILMED OORSCHELP

Earwax (earwax, cerumen) belongs in the ear. More than a thousand earwax glands ensure that your ear is protected from moisture, dust, dirt, insects, bacteria and fungi. Earwax also protects the skin of the ear canal from drying out. However, earwax can cause problems. In that case, the NeilMed Ear Wash (NeilCleanse Earwax Remover) is an excellent product.

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GENERAL

Many products that promise to remove earwax only push the wax further into the ear. This only creates more problems. The NeilMed ear wash (ClearCanal Ear Wax Removal Complete Kit) was therefore developed by Dr. Mehta, physician and founder of NeilMed Pharmaceuticals, Inc, USA. This ear wash works with ear drops and a saline solution that flushes the wax out of your ear. You won't find a more convenient earwax remover!

Step 1

Tilt your head sideways and squeeze the plastic ear drop bottle. Put ten drops into each ear canal. Do not insert the head of the bottle into the ear canal.

Step 2

Let the drops sit for ten minutes by tilting your head or by putting in the earplugs provided. It is normal to feel warmth in the inner ear.

Step 3

Remove the earplugs. Attach the special receptacle to the spray can to prevent the saline solution from dripping out of your ear. Rinse ears for ten seconds with the specially designed NeilMed® ClearCanal® nozzle, or at your discretion for better results. Gently tilt your head from side to side to remove any remaining fluid. Dry your ears with a clean, dry towel wrapped around a finger.

IMPORTANT

  • Use up to twice a week, or as recommended by your doctor.
  • In rare cases, you may feel pressure in your ears or become dizzy. Stop flushing if you notice this. Contact your doctor if these symptoms persist.
  • This product is intended for adults and children over 12 years of age.
  • Consult your physician before use in children under 12 years of age.

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING

  • Avoid contact with the eyes. If this does occur, flush eyes with water and consult a physician.
  • If swallowed, consult a physician immediately
  • Keep out of reach of children
  • For hygienic reasons and to avoid contamination, do not share NeilMed Earwax Remover with others.

DO NOT USE IN THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS

  • In children under 12 years of age
  • In people with tubes in their ears
  • For ear infections
  • For perforated eardrums (hole in eardrum), now or in the past
  • With recent surgery on the mastoid (pointed protrusion of the temporal bone, behind the ear)
  • If you have had an allergic reaction to carbamide peroxide or other ingredients in the ear drops
  • If you suffer from runny ears, earache, irritation, rash in the ear, dizziness, Ménière's disease and vertigo.

OTHER INFORMATION

  • The contents of the spray can are under pressure; do not puncture or burn the spray can.
  • Store the NeilMed ear wash between 5°C and 55°C. Keep it out of the sun and away from heat sources.
  • Prevent frostbite Store the bottle of ear drops with the cap on
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