The ReliaDose infant medicine delivery is basically a syringe-in-a-bottle. It's a way to fake out a feisty kid who won't take medicine via a syringe alone. It looks like it was invented while staring at a Dr. Brown's anti-gas bottle.
I can't say we ever had any real trouble getting medicine into the kid at that age [0-18 months]; if she wouldn't suck on a syringe, we'd just tuck it into the lower corner of her mouth. But if slipping medicine in via a 2-oz bottle is super-easy and doesn't train a kid to distrust nipples, I guess it's a good thing. As long as you don't mix uppers and downers, or sedatives and alcohol. Consult with your dealer/pharmacist/pediatrician and dose responsibly.
ReliaDose was one of just 100 companies named who paid for the privilege to be named Innovation Awards Finalist at the JPMA Convention that just ended yesterday in Orlando. The 10 "Winners" were selected on Monday, but there have been no lists, announcements or press releases published about even the "finalists," much less the "winners." Money well spent.
ReliaDose will be sold in drugstores and supermarkets. [reliadose.com via prnewswire]