Medically Certified - Clinically Proven - Original Since 1991
Babysense is a highly sensitive non-touch baby Breathing Movement Monitor. Now parents can get the piece of mind while their baby sleeps. Babysense is intended for detection of respiratory cessation (apnea) in babies. It constantly monitors baby's breathing micro movements through the mattress during sleep and gives an alert to caretakers if breathing stops or becomes irregularly slow, giving critical time to intervene. A quick response can make the difference between something minor and a critical situation.
Babysense is the original and first-to-market Breathing Movement Monitor in its kind. All derivations which are available today on the market are a result of this breakthrough in development.
Babysense was developed in view of the dangers that infants may face in hospitals and at homes associated with sudden infant death syndrome (commonly known as SIDS and Cot or Crib Death). SIDS remains a significant cause of death among basically healthy infants up to one year of age.
Babysense breathing movement monitor is highly effective and has helped protecting over 600,000 babies from SIDS around the world. Babysense is a vital measure of protection, which, when combined with safe sleeping precautions provides safety and peace of mind.
Babysense is a registered class IIb medical device, certified in accordance with CE Directive 93/42/EEC. It is clinically tested in hospitals and used in government health programs targeting to provide parents and healthcare providers with enhanced means to cope with threats associated with SIDS.
Babysense technology along with its highly sensitive sensor pads allow monitoring and detecting even the slightest breathing movements through the mattress.
Babysense is more than just a commonly known MOVEMENT MONITOR!!!
Babysense breathing movement monitor alerts caregivers about a potential threat before it strikes and not only after the baby stopped breathing.
The control unit is connected to Babysense sensor pads placed between infant's mattress and crib or bed base.
Babysense monitors operate on regular AA batteries, so there are no dangeroud power cords. Babysense 5 features a new “Hidden Cable Installation” concept.
The passive sensor system is totally safe and has no direct contact with the baby.
Babysense breathing movement monitor identifies your baby's respiratory patterns which are transmitted to a compact microprocessor, in the Babysense control unit, where they trigger a flashing green light that is clearly visible from a distance. The flashing blue light is the signal that all is well, providing a parent or caretaker with peace of mind.
If, for whatever reason, no breathing is detected within 20 seconds, or if the breath rate slows to less than 10 breaths per minute, an audible alarm will sound.
On hearing this alarm, a parent or caretaker is alerted to come to the aid of the sleeping baby.
Simply place two sensor pads under the crib mattress.
Sensor pads monitor entire crib area.
Sensor pads do not touch the baby.
Babysense operates on regular household batteries – no exposed cords, no connection to mains.
Compact, attractive, easy to use design with single switch operation.
Parents will be alerted if baby is experiencing a respiratory distress or stops breathing.
Babysense is mediacally approved and clinically tested to ensure your baby's safety.
Babysense breathing movement monitor has been proven to save babies' lives.
Babysense breathing movement monitor cannot replace the presence or the quick intervention of a parent or caregiver. It is a medically-proven, time-tested parents' aid to call prompt attention to potentially dangerous situations.
Babysense cannot solve problems and does not alert to all situations of potential danger. When the alarm sounds, Babysense is alerting the parent or caregiver that the baby needs their attention as quickly as possible. The effectiveness of Babysense breathing movement monitor depends on parents and caretakers following a set of simple guidelines to ensure that your Babysense works as it has been designed to function.
Premature and high-risk infants must be under supervision of a doctor or health professional.
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