Directions for Use:
Prior to first use, boil for 5 minutes and dry thoroughly.
1 Snap open the chamber behind the teat and pull back the plunger. (Note: The plunger is deliberately stiff.)
2 Pre-measure the required dose of medicine and pour into the chamber. It may need to be refilled for larger doses.
3 Close the chamber ensuring it is snapped tightly shut. Give to baby and if necessary gently depress the plunger to administer the full contents.
After each use, wash with the chamber open in warm soapy water to remove all residues. Flush the channel in the teat by pushing the plunger in and out. Make sure all soapy residue has been rinsed off, then soak in a sterilising solution in accordance with their instructions. Dry thoroughly and store ready for next use
Do not re-boil after first use
Unique plunger safety delivers a pre-measured dose
BPA & latex free
The simple, soothing way to give medicine
Formerly 4 little 1 medicine dummy
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This useful medicine dispenser was designed by a doctor as the easiest way to give medicine to your baby. Baby can passively suck to draw the medicine through the orthodontic silicone teat. Alternatively, there is a unique syringe action that safely ensures the full content of the chamber is received. Simply press the plunger on the front of the dispenser to gently ease the medicine into baby's mouth.Safety Warning
This is a medical device and should not be used as a regular soother
Examine the teat thoroughly before and after use, including giving a gentle but firm tug. Discard immediately if there are any signs of damage or the teat tearing, which may result in a choking hazard
Do not tie around the baby's neck as this may cause strangulation
This is not a measuring device
Remember to keep this card for future reference
Keep out of the reach and sight of children.
Please Note: Whilst we (Doorstep Pharmacy) make every effort to ensure that all information is up to date, the information shown on this page should not replace the advice of a medical professional, and you should always refer to the patient information leaflet before taking any medication.