The NEW baby syringe adapter directs the syringe to the side
to help the medicine to go down.
Are you tired of Calpol spilled everywhere?
Is your baby refusing the medicine and clamping their mouth?
Is your baby spitting the medicine out?
Are you worried that your baby didn’t take enough dose?
Are you anxious that the medicine might shoot straight down your baby’s throat?
A mum of two, Dora, experienced all of these issues. Upset with the whole experience and frustrated she couldn’t find a product to help, she decided to create a simple solution. Read her full story here.
How does it work
Easy to use
Simply insert the
syringe inside Medapti. of the flat-end oral syringe
Directs the syringe to the cheek,
not the back of the throat.
Stops the syringe going too far
into the mouth.
Helps to gently place the syringe
in baby’s mouth.
Softer on baby’s gums.
MEDAPTI reduces spills and leaks, leaving you and your little one mess-free
Medapti makes medicine administration easier for you and your baby. The adapter is compatible with oral syringes that come with main brand medication for babies. All you need to do is push the syringe inside Medapti and it will help you direct the medicine to the side and stop the syringe going too far down the throat. Click here to learn how to use it.
What do other people think of the MEDAPTI concept?
“This is a fab idea”
I’m a paediatric nurse and I think this is a fab idea and could see us using it on the wards in the hospital!
“Looks a great solution!”
“I was using the dummies you fill with medicine but he soon cottoned on and refused them too! I would definitely try this, looks a great solution!
““It would be very useful with disabled children.”
“I wish I had it with my premature baby to give him milk!”
“I could have used it when I gave birth”
“I could have used it when I gave birth and needed something for colostrum when I struggled.
“Wish I had this when my son was a baby”
Wish I had this when my son was a baby, he was a nightmare for spitting his Calpol and Neurofen out! Tried a medication dummy and it was about as useful as a chocolate teapot.
“I’m a paediatric nurse and think this is brilliant!”
“This is such a good idea!”
My 2-year-old is a nightmare with any medicine! When he is poorly, I can’t even get Calpol down him this is such a good idea!
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