Safety 1st Advanced Solutions Home Ear Check

$18.49

The Advanced Solutions Home Check Ear Scope by Safety 1st helps you easily detect ear infections.

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Product Description

The Advanced Solutions Home Check Ear Scope by Safety 1st helps you easily detect ear infections. Ear infections can cause a lot of pain for your little one and anxiety for you. It comes with three tips and features superior lens quality for wider viewing. It illuminates and magnifies the ear canal for easy viewing and enables you to assess better. A useful Ear Infection Guide is included for ready reference. All in all, the compact Advanced Solutions Home Ear Scope from Safety 1st is just what you need to have handy at home with children around.

  • Superior lens quality, wider viewing
  • Illuminates and magnifies ear canal
  • Includes Ear infection guide
  • 3 Tips included
  • Includes 3 AAA Batteries

With a well-stocked medicine cabinet, first-aid kit, or medicine bag, you can quickly deal with rashes, fevers, and other common baby ailments as well as handle the ins and outs of daily baby care.

Medical and first-aid supplies
  • Personal thermometer (most can be used rectally or in the armpit)
  • Babies’ non-aspirin liquid pain reliever (acetaminophen and, if 6 months or older, ibuprofen)
  • Topical calamine lotion or hydrocortisone cream for insect bites and rashes
  • Gripe water, anti-gas drops, or other gas or colic remedy
  • Rubbing alcohol to clean thermometers, tweezers, and scissors
  • Petroleum jelly or a water-soluble lubricant (for rectal thermometers)
  • Antibacterial ointment for cuts and scrapes
  • Tweezers for removing splinters and ticks
  • Nasal Aspirator / Bulb syringe for drawing mucus out of a stuffy nose
  • Saline drops to loosen mucus before you use the bulb syringe
  • Adhesive bandage strips in various sizes and shapes
  • Gauze rolls (1/2 to 2 inches wide) for making bandages
  • Gauze pads (2 x 2 and 4 x 4 inches) for making bandages or applying pressure to cuts to stop bleeding
  • Adhesive tape for making bandages
  • A pair of sharp scissors for cutting gauze and tape
  • Cotton balls for applying liquids (like calamine lotion) and for cleaning supplies with alcohol
  • Mild liquid soap for cleaning cuts and scrapes. Antibacterial and deodorant soaps may be too strong for your baby’s sensitive skin.
  • An oral syringe for administering medicines that don’t come with a measuring dropper (some parents find it easier to use a syringe than a dropper)
  • Electrolyte solution for hydration after vomiting (must be refrigerated after opening)
  • A heating pad for minor aches and pains
  • An instant cold compress to reduce swelling that comes with minor bumps and bruises
  • A small flashlight for checking your baby’s nose, ears, and mouth
  • First-aid manual such as the American Red Cross’s First Aid & Emergency Preparedness Quick Reference Guide.
  • Rattle or other toy to distract your baby if needed

Baby-care supplies

  • A pair of baby nail clippers or a small nail file for trimming your baby’s nails
  • Baby-safe sunscreen lotion
  • Baby-safe insect repellent
  • Baby shampoo or baby wash
  • Baby moisturising cream/ lotion/salve/balm
  • Diaper rash cream
  • Washcloths for cleaning your baby’s body and caring for gums and emerging teeth
  • Teething toys or topical pain relief gel (check with your doctor before using)
  • A soft-bristled baby brush (especially helpful for handling cradle cap)