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The hi-tech incubator that allows a mother to bond with sick baby from her bed... and it even comes with an in-built video camera
- BabyBloom incubator can be fitted across the bed of a mother
- It can be adjusted to various positions, making it more comfortable for both parents and nursing staff
- Built-in camera observes the baby, who can be monitored at nurses’ desk, on computer at home or even on a mobile phone
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Babies in special care units may soon be able to stay close to their mothers thanks to a revolutionary incubator design.
The hi-tech BabyBloom can be fitted across the bed of a new mother allowing her to bond with her baby even as it needs to be in the special environment of an incubator.
Such close proximity allows both mother and child get to know each other by visual contact, touch and even smell.
And the device is considerably quieter than regular incubators, allowing the newborn to get some much-needed sleep.
Bonding: Such close proximity allows both mother and child get to know each other by visual contact, touch and even smell
The BabyBloom also comes with an innovative climate system makes it quieter than other incubators.
It produces less than 40 decibels, comparable with the noise level in a library.
Three-side panels and two smaller observation windows can be opened or closed independently, allowing a balance between protection and observation of the child’s condition.
It also has a built-in camera to observe the child on a display on a remote location, such as the nurses’ desk, a computer at home or even on a mobile phone.
And, to ensure immediate and unlimited access to the patient, the complete light and noise protective hood can be removed with a single press of a button.
Design friendly: The BabyBloom comes in six bright colours
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