New alternative to a baby medicine dispenser to help you with a tricky and stressful task of dispensing medication to your baby.
Do you worry that the baby medicine syringe shoots the medication straight down the throat and makes your baby choke?
Do you find yourself squirting the medicine on the floor and all over your baby instead of your baby’s mouth?
Do you worry about hurting your baby’s gums with the hard baby medicine syringe?
Does your baby refuse to take the medication?
Does your baby wriggle a lot when taking medicine?
Does your baby spit the medicine out?
I would have said ‘Yes’ to all of the above when my children were little (if you would like to know my story, click here). If your answer is ‘Yes’ to any of these questions, then you need the new baby syringe adapter! All you need to do is fill the syringe up as normal and just slip MEDAPTI on!
How will MEDAPTI help you to give medicine to your baby?
It helps to direct medicine to the cheek. Administering medicine to the side is the safest way as it prevents from choking. This method also helps to avoid bitter taste buds and makes it harder for a baby to spit the medicine out which in result minimises the risk of baby taking an incorrect dose.
It helps to keep the syringe in baby’s mouth even if the baby is moving around or refusing to take the medicine, which also lowers the risk of baby taking an incorrect dose.
It keeps the syringe clean so when giving more than 5ml, there is no need to clean the syringe in between the refills.
It is soft, protecting baby’s mouth and gums.
It is simple and mess free.
It only requires the use of one hand when dispensing the medicine, leaving you with a free hand to hold your baby.
There are many types of infant medicine dispensers: soft syringes, dummy dispensers, syringe bottles, pacifier syringes and many more. Some can make your baby choke, some are too messy, some too difficult to use, some are not suitable for babies that don’t take dummies or bottles, some simply ineffective. There is nothing out there that has all the benefits of this new alternative to baby medicine dispensers!
MEDAPTI gained interest with hospitals like Great Ormond Street Hospital, Alder Hey and Sheffield Children’s Hospital. Articles about it were published in The Sun, The Mirror and second best-selling newspaper in Poland, Gazeta Wyborcza. MEDAPTI was featured on Mummy Pages, The Baby Website and Nursery Online, as well as Honest Mum, Pacif-i, Bringing Up Charlie. Mum Muddling Through, Mum Turned Mom, Inspiring Mompreneurs, Mother Distracted and Little Hearts, Big Love – a mum blogger whose daughter was born with half a working heart, who could see a real need in my invention and wished she had my product when her baby was born.
What do others think of MEDAPTI concept, the new baby syringe adapter?
“I’m a paediatric nurse and I think this is fab idea and could see us using it on the wards in hospital!”
“I was using the dummies you fill with medicine but he soon cottoned on & 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 and needed something for colostrum when I struggled.”
“Wish I had this when my son was a baby, he was a nightmare for spitting his calpol and nurofen 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!”
“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!”
I am confident that MEDAPTI, the new baby syringe adapter will not only become a must-have baby care item but a hospital tool, helping to dispense medicine to babies, premature infants, disabled and elderly. I am very proud of how far I have come with the development of my invention. I loved every minute of turning an idea into a product which has the potential to benefit so many. I am on a mission to help with the struggles of giving medicine to babies!
or just won’t swallow and dribbles it back out again.”