A spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down. And so does breast milk! With the ReliaDose you can give your infant medicine while hiding it within her beverage of choice. If she does not drink it all, just remove the dropper and go old school.
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Male Speaker:One of the toughest things to do is give a baby medicine. They spit it back up, it tastes terrible and you are always worried that you are giving the baby the right dose. Well here I am with Bethany from Blaine Pharmaceuticals and she has a product called the ReliaDose. Bethany: The ReliaDose is basically a bottle with a syringe in it and how it works is you fill the inside with two ounces of milk, juice, water or whatever the baby likes to drink. The syringe pops right out. Loaded with medication, it clicks into place. The unique thing about ReliaDose is that it has got a dual chamber nipple. So the milk or juice goes on the outside and the medication goes to the center chamber, which fits right over top of the syringe. Click it into place, when the baby starts feeding, you slowly dose the medication and it's surrounded by the milk or juice so it masks the taste of the medicine. If for some reason the baby doesn't finish the bottle, the syringe pops right back out and you know exactly what they have received. So it ensures this and the accuracy as well. Male Speaker: And dishwasher safe? Bethany: Dishwasher safe. Male Speaker: That's great. And this syringe right here is, is that the standard size syringe? Bethany: It is. Male Speaker: If this were to wear out, you can get a new one, so sometime syringes lose their suction or whatever. That's really, really cool! Really, really great. Well, that definitely solves a lot of the problems and I am really excited to try one of these. Thanks so much. Bethany: Great, thank you!

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