Periodic breathing

Apnea and periodic breathing are common even in normal, full term infants

- Pediatr Pulmonol August 1985

Vulnerable infants

The vulnerable health of the preterm infant demands greater care. In addition to regular needs such as feeding, bathing and positioning, preterm infants may require special round-the-clock NICU medical care and attention such as apnea monitoring. After these infants are discharged, parents face the daunting responsibility of caring for these fragile babies alone.

Immature circadian rhythms

It is well known that the circadian rhythms of infants do not develop until later in life as such, caring of newborns can be exhausting. Parents and caregivers often find themselves combatting sleep deprivation and exhaustion trying to care for the newborns in the early months. Some even find themselves succumbing to exhaustion while caring for the infant at night, leaving the newborn unsupervised.

About the STS100

The STS100 is a breath monitor created for monitoring the breath count of premature and newborns. Its unique features such as its firm surface provides newborns with the support they require. Enabled by patented fibre optics technology, the STS100 is incredibly accurate, ensuring that caregivers are promptly alerted if an irregular breath event occurs.

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How it works

1

Place your baby on the mat

2

Download the SafetoSleep app and pair the mat with your smartphone over Bluetooth

3

Begin monitoring your baby through the app

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