- Patented nosepiece that occupies two fingers only
- Three levels of hospital-grade suction
- Portable and rechargeable
sleep, and eat.
Did you know?
Babies can't breathe through their mouth. That's right! Until approximately one year, babies have not yet developed the complex reflex to open their mouth if their nose is stuffy.
Dr. Steven Goudy developed the Nozebot to help babies breathe, eat, and sleep and to allow families to take care of congested children at home-instead of at the hospital.
Steven L Goudy, MD
Director of Pediatric Otolaryngology
at Emory University School of Medicine
"Upper Respiratory Infections are miserable for babies and terrifying for parents. Nasal aspirators on the market are meant to help, but most are hard-or gross-to use and ineffective. We created the NozeBot to help babies breathe and give parents peace of mind."
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