SafeToSleep(R) (http://www.SafeToSleep.com) maker of the first home baby monitor that uses a smartphone to monitor an infant’s breathing and alert parents of dangerous breathing events, has been named as a finalist for the 2013
The only baby monitor of its kind, the Sleep and Breathing Monitor from SafeToSleep uses patented sensor technology to sense a baby's breath rate and relay the data to a smartphone or tablet in real time. The system continuously analyzes a baby’s breathing pattern and will alert parents if the baby begins breathing too slow, too fast, or if the baby stops breathing altogether. The smartphone app includes digital features that generate reports on a baby’s total sleep time and sleep quality, allowing parents and doctors to care for babies in ways that have never before been possible. The patented technology has been hospital tested and clinically validated to be as accurate as the wired cardiorespiratory monitors used in pediatric units around the world.
“The JPMA Innovation Award is the most significant award any baby product can receive and we are humbled to have been selected as a finalist,” said Dr.
For more information about SafeToSleep or SafeToSleep products, please visit, http://www.safetosleep.com.
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