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darkdelta

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    Fred
  • Last name
    Corn
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    RRT
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    Midtown Medical Center
  • Location
    Columbus, GA

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  1. I'm a RRT (Registered Respiratory Therapist), I have worked in a 38 Bed Level III NICU In the U.S.A for twenty years. Rarely, do I use the Neotech little sucker. I prefer the bulb syringe along with NS. Overuse and misuse is a main cause of nasal trauma. The bulb syringe provides an element of feedback, the rate of return to normal after use tells on the degree of or lack of occlusion. The Neotech little sucker has its place but certainly not routinely.
  2. We use Neobars. When the baby is in heat and humidity, they tend not to work as well. On occasions we some time add Tegaderms for additional support.
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