syringe

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a medical instrument used to inject or withdraw fluids

spray or irrigate (a body part) with a syringe

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Use a saline nasal spray to thin nasal mucus, and a bulb syringe to suction mucus out of your baby or child's nose.
It is designed to have some of the features of the bulb syringe but all the advantages of wall suctioning.
The rinse - four cups of spring water, one-quarter teaspoon baking soda, and two to three teaspoons kosher salt - is blown into the nasal passages with a bulb syringe.
The nasal cavity and nasopharyax were then irrigated with normal saline administered with a 60-ml bulb syringe.
ENTsol(TM) Packets Powdered Hypertonic Nasal Wash packets for use with ENTsol(TM) Adapter, ENTsol(TM) Refillable, bulb syringe or hand wash -- ENTsol(TM) Solution Hypertonic nasal wash.
Pediatricians have long recommended the use of saline drops such as Baby Ayr followed by a bulb syringe as the best, safest way to help clear nasal passages of the infant.
Instruments useful for the removal of crusts include 1)a 4-mm, O[degrees] telescope, 2) a Frazier suction tube, 3) cup or alligator forceps, and 4) a bulb syringe or other irrigation setup.