How to Give Nasal Spray
Step-by-step instruction for how to administer nasal spray to your child.
Wed, 22 Aug 2012|
How to administer nasal spray: Hold the child in your arm, tilt the child's head back, apply one spray to each nostril when the child is breathing in.
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