The Use of Wireless Sensors in Neonatal Intensive Care

In current NICU settings, monitoring vital signs like heart rate and oxygen levels
is cumbersome, involving sensors attached to the infant's skin, tethered by wires to monitors.

A wireless alternative monitoring system.

A wireless alternative monitoring system.

This traditional method can be restrictive for the infants and challenging for their parents and healthcare providers.

We are exploring a wireless alternative monitoring system, to determine if it is suitable and safe for neonates, while comparing its precision against standard wired monitoring.

This initiative could revolutionize neonatal intensive care, making it more comfortable for infants and more efficient for medical staff, ultimately enhancing the standard of care for our most fragile and vulnerable patients.

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Help us change the future of neonatal care.

© 2024 Smart Hospital Project

Help us change the future of neonatal care.

© 2024 Smart Hospital Project

Help us change the future of neonatal care.

© 2024 Smart Hospital Project

Help us change the future of neonatal care.

© 2024 Smart Hospital Project