Nosefrida was developed by Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists at the University Hospital MAS in Malmo, Sweden.

To evaluate Nosefrida, a clinical study of 43 children, 17 girls and 26 boys ages 0 – 2½ was conducted at three different hospitals.

In the study, 42 of the children suffered from severe nasal congestion.

The majority of the children, 34, was suctioned with NoseFrida more than 3 times in a 24 hour period, specifically before meals and before bedtimes. 37 of the 40 parents reported positive results and found the NoseFrida very helpful. There were no complications noted.

The study concluded that the nasal aspiration device, NoseFrida, effectively reduces the accumulation of mucous in the nose, improves feeding and reduces sleeping problems in children suffering from upper respiratory infection.

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