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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9639 Monitor 1 17/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Christina Wolf A monitoring device for newborn babies hopes to ease the anxiety of new parents.The VIA is designed to monitor the child from the moment they are home.It is care package that consists of multiple devices.One of these is the belt that is worn around the chest by the infant.Housed within is a sensor that keeps track of the baby???s vitals and alerts the parents if they reach a critical point.Depending on the situation, it also emits a gentle vibration to stimulate the baby???s breathing.The idea of the device , which has won a Dyson design award, is to make a far less daunting beginning to parenthood.It's inventor, German industrial designer Christina Wolf, said:??? For most parents, the birth of their child is an unforgettable and special event. ??sHowever, considering that complications might occur or children might already be born with health issues, giving birth can as well be very emotional and stressful. ??sPremature babies, newborns with cardiac arrhythmias or respiratory disorder or those who already experienced an apparent life threatening event, require special healthcare during and after the in-patient stay. ??sSince these children have a higher risk of dying from sudden infant death syndrome, their vital parameters have to be constantly monitored by a home-monitor. ??sThe device contains a warning system, helping parents recognize an apparent life threatening event early enough so that in case of an emergency they can act quickly and start with reanimation measures.???VIA consists of a sensor, a belt made of 100% cotton, a monitor and a magnetic induction charging station. The sensor is made of TPU, an elastic material that is easy to clean and moulds to the baby???s body. Data is transmitted by Bluetooth from the sensor to the monitor which raises an alarm in case the vital parameters approach a critical area. If the values only slightly move below
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9639 Monitor 1 17/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Christina Wolf A monitoring device for newborn babies hopes to ease the anxiety of new parents.The VIA is designed to monitor the child from the moment they are home.It is care package that consists of multiple devices.One of these is the belt that is worn around the chest by the infant.Housed within is a sensor that keeps track of the baby???s vitals and alerts the parents if they reach a critical point.Depending on the situation, it also emits a gentle vibration to stimulate the baby???s breathing.The idea of the device , which has won a Dyson design award, is to make a far less daunting beginning to parenthood.It's inventor, German industrial designer Christina Wolf, said:??? For most parents, the birth of their child is an unforgettable and special event. ??sHowever, considering that complications might occur or children might already be born with health issues, giving birth can as well be very emotional and stressful. ??sPremature babies, newborns with cardiac arrhythmias or respiratory disorder or those who already experienced an apparent life threatening event, require special healthcare during and after the in-patient stay. ??sSince these children have a higher risk of dying from sudden infant death syndrome, their vital parameters have to be constantly monitored by a home-monitor. ??sThe device contains a warning system, helping parents recognize an apparent life threatening event early enough so that in case of an emergency they can act quickly and start with reanimation measures.???VIA consists of a sensor, a belt made of 100% cotton, a monitor and a magnetic induction charging station. The sensor is made of TPU, an elastic material that is easy to clean and moulds to the baby???s body. Data is transmitted by Bluetooth from the sensor to the monitor which raises an alarm in case the vital parameters approach a critical area. If the values only slightly move below
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9639 Monitor 1 17/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Christina Wolf A monitoring device for newborn babies hopes to ease the anxiety of new parents.The VIA is designed to monitor the child from the moment they are home.It is care package that consists of multiple devices.One of these is the belt that is worn around the chest by the infant.Housed within is a sensor that keeps track of the baby???s vitals and alerts the parents if they reach a critical point.Depending on the situation, it also emits a gentle vibration to stimulate the baby???s breathing.The idea of the device , which has won a Dyson design award, is to make a far less daunting beginning to parenthood.It's inventor, German industrial designer Christina Wolf, said:??? For most parents, the birth of their child is an unforgettable and special event. ??sHowever, considering that complications might occur or children might already be born with health issues, giving birth can as well be very emotional and stressful. ??sPremature babies, newborns with cardiac arrhythmias or respiratory disorder or those who already experienced an apparent life threatening event, require special healthcare during and after the in-patient stay. ??sSince these children have a higher risk of dying from sudden infant death syndrome, their vital parameters have to be constantly monitored by a home-monitor. ??sThe device contains a warning system, helping parents recognize an apparent life threatening event early enough so that in case of an emergency they can act quickly and start with reanimation measures.???VIA consists of a sensor, a belt made of 100% cotton, a monitor and a magnetic induction charging station. The sensor is made of TPU, an elastic material that is easy to clean and moulds to the baby???s body. Data is transmitted by Bluetooth from the sensor to the monitor which raises an alarm in case the vital parameters approach a critical area. If the values only slightly move below
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9639 Monitor 1 17/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Christina Wolf A monitoring device for newborn babies hopes to ease the anxiety of new parents.The VIA is designed to monitor the child from the moment they are home.It is care package that consists of multiple devices.One of these is the belt that is worn around the chest by the infant.Housed within is a sensor that keeps track of the baby???s vitals and alerts the parents if they reach a critical point.Depending on the situation, it also emits a gentle vibration to stimulate the baby???s breathing.The idea of the device , which has won a Dyson design award, is to make a far less daunting beginning to parenthood.It's inventor, German industrial designer Christina Wolf, said:??? For most parents, the birth of their child is an unforgettable and special event. ??sHowever, considering that complications might occur or children might already be born with health issues, giving birth can as well be very emotional and stressful. ??sPremature babies, newborns with cardiac arrhythmias or respiratory disorder or those who already experienced an apparent life threatening event, require special healthcare during and after the in-patient stay. ??sSince these children have a higher risk of dying from sudden infant death syndrome, their vital parameters have to be constantly monitored by a home-monitor. ??sThe device contains a warning system, helping parents recognize an apparent life threatening event early enough so that in case of an emergency they can act quickly and start with reanimation measures.???VIA consists of a sensor, a belt made of 100% cotton, a monitor and a magnetic induction charging station. The sensor is made of TPU, an elastic material that is easy to clean and moulds to the baby???s body. Data is transmitted by Bluetooth from the sensor to the monitor which raises an alarm in case the vital parameters approach a critical area. If the values only slightly move below
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9639 Monitor 1 17/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Christina Wolf A monitoring device for newborn babies hopes to ease the anxiety of new parents.The VIA is designed to monitor the child from the moment they are home.It is care package that consists of multiple devices.One of these is the belt that is worn around the chest by the infant.Housed within is a sensor that keeps track of the baby???s vitals and alerts the parents if they reach a critical point.Depending on the situation, it also emits a gentle vibration to stimulate the baby???s breathing.The idea of the device , which has won a Dyson design award, is to make a far less daunting beginning to parenthood.It's inventor, German industrial designer Christina Wolf, said:??? For most parents, the birth of their child is an unforgettable and special event. ??sHowever, considering that complications might occur or children might already be born with health issues, giving birth can as well be very emotional and stressful. ??sPremature babies, newborns with cardiac arrhythmias or respiratory disorder or those who already experienced an apparent life threatening event, require special healthcare during and after the in-patient stay. ??sSince these children have a higher risk of dying from sudden infant death syndrome, their vital parameters have to be constantly monitored by a home-monitor. ??sThe device contains a warning system, helping parents recognize an apparent life threatening event early enough so that in case of an emergency they can act quickly and start with reanimation measures.???VIA consists of a sensor, a belt made of 100% cotton, a monitor and a magnetic induction charging station. The sensor is made of TPU, an elastic material that is easy to clean and moulds to the baby???s body. Data is transmitted by Bluetooth from the sensor to the monitor which raises an alarm in case the vital parameters approach a critical area. If the values only slightly move below
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9639 Monitor 1 17/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Christina Wolf A monitoring device for newborn babies hopes to ease the anxiety of new parents.The VIA is designed to monitor the child from the moment they are home.It is care package that consists of multiple devices.One of these is the belt that is worn around the chest by the infant.Housed within is a sensor that keeps track of the baby???s vitals and alerts the parents if they reach a critical point.Depending on the situation, it also emits a gentle vibration to stimulate the baby???s breathing.The idea of the device , which has won a Dyson design award, is to make a far less daunting beginning to parenthood.It's inventor, German industrial designer Christina Wolf, said:??? For most parents, the birth of their child is an unforgettable and special event. ??sHowever, considering that complications might occur or children might already be born with health issues, giving birth can as well be very emotional and stressful. ??sPremature babies, newborns with cardiac arrhythmias or respiratory disorder or those who already experienced an apparent life threatening event, require special healthcare during and after the in-patient stay. ??sSince these children have a higher risk of dying from sudden infant death syndrome, their vital parameters have to be constantly monitored by a home-monitor. ??sThe device contains a warning system, helping parents recognize an apparent life threatening event early enough so that in case of an emergency they can act quickly and start with reanimation measures.???VIA consists of a sensor, a belt made of 100% cotton, a monitor and a magnetic induction charging station. The sensor is made of TPU, an elastic material that is easy to clean and moulds to the baby???s body. Data is transmitted by Bluetooth from the sensor to the monitor which raises an alarm in case the vital parameters approach a critical area. If the values only slightly move below
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9639 Monitor 1 17/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Christina Wolf A monitoring device for newborn babies hopes to ease the anxiety of new parents.The VIA is designed to monitor the child from the moment they are home.It is care package that consists of multiple devices.One of these is the belt that is worn around the chest by the infant.Housed within is a sensor that keeps track of the baby???s vitals and alerts the parents if they reach a critical point.Depending on the situation, it also emits a gentle vibration to stimulate the baby???s breathing.The idea of the device , which has won a Dyson design award, is to make a far less daunting beginning to parenthood.It's inventor, German industrial designer Christina Wolf, said:??? For most parents, the birth of their child is an unforgettable and special event. ??sHowever, considering that complications might occur or children might already be born with health issues, giving birth can as well be very emotional and stressful. ??sPremature babies, newborns with cardiac arrhythmias or respiratory disorder or those who already experienced an apparent life threatening event, require special healthcare during and after the in-patient stay. ??sSince these children have a higher risk of dying from sudden infant death syndrome, their vital parameters have to be constantly monitored by a home-monitor. ??sThe device contains a warning system, helping parents recognize an apparent life threatening event early enough so that in case of an emergency they can act quickly and start with reanimation measures.???VIA consists of a sensor, a belt made of 100% cotton, a monitor and a magnetic induction charging station. The sensor is made of TPU, an elastic material that is easy to clean and moulds to the baby???s body. Data is transmitted by Bluetooth from the sensor to the monitor which raises an alarm in case the vital parameters approach a critical area. If the values only slightly move belo
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9639 Monitor 1 17/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Christina Wolf A monitoring device for newborn babies hopes to ease the anxiety of new parents.The VIA is designed to monitor the child from the moment they are home.It is care package that consists of multiple devices.One of these is the belt that is worn around the chest by the infant.Housed within is a sensor that keeps track of the baby???s vitals and alerts the parents if they reach a critical point.Depending on the situation, it also emits a gentle vibration to stimulate the baby???s breathing.The idea of the device , which has won a Dyson design award, is to make a far less daunting beginning to parenthood.It's inventor, German industrial designer Christina Wolf, said:??? For most parents, the birth of their child is an unforgettable and special event. ??sHowever, considering that complications might occur or children might already be born with health issues, giving birth can as well be very emotional and stressful. ??sPremature babies, newborns with cardiac arrhythmias or respiratory disorder or those who already experienced an apparent life threatening event, require special healthcare during and after the in-patient stay. ??sSince these children have a higher risk of dying from sudden infant death syndrome, their vital parameters have to be constantly monitored by a home-monitor. ??sThe device contains a warning system, helping parents recognize an apparent life threatening event early enough so that in case of an emergency they can act quickly and start with reanimation measures.???VIA consists of a sensor, a belt made of 100% cotton, a monitor and a magnetic induction charging station. The sensor is made of TPU, an elastic material that is easy to clean and moulds to the baby???s body. Data is transmitted by Bluetooth from the sensor to the monitor which raises an alarm in case the vital parameters approach a critical area. If the values only slightly move below
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9639 Monitor 1 17/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Christina Wolf A monitoring device for newborn babies hopes to ease the anxiety of new parents.The VIA is designed to monitor the child from the moment they are home.It is care package that consists of multiple devices.One of these is the belt that is worn around the chest by the infant.Housed within is a sensor that keeps track of the baby???s vitals and alerts the parents if they reach a critical point.Depending on the situation, it also emits a gentle vibration to stimulate the baby???s breathing.The idea of the device , which has won a Dyson design award, is to make a far less daunting beginning to parenthood.It's inventor, German industrial designer Christina Wolf, said:??? For most parents, the birth of their child is an unforgettable and special event. ??sHowever, considering that complications might occur or children might already be born with health issues, giving birth can as well be very emotional and stressful. ??sPremature babies, newborns with cardiac arrhythmias or respiratory disorder or those who already experienced an apparent life threatening event, require special healthcare during and after the in-patient stay. ??sSince these children have a higher risk of dying from sudden infant death syndrome, their vital parameters have to be constantly monitored by a home-monitor. ??sThe device contains a warning system, helping parents recognize an apparent life threatening event early enough so that in case of an emergency they can act quickly and start with reanimation measures.???VIA consists of a sensor, a belt made of 100% cotton, a monitor and a magnetic induction charging station. The sensor is made of TPU, an elastic material that is easy to clean and moulds to the baby???s body. Data is transmitted by Bluetooth from the sensor to the monitor which raises an alarm in case the vital parameters approach a critical area. If the values only slightly move below
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9639 Monitor 1 17/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Christina Wolf A monitoring device for newborn babies hopes to ease the anxiety of new parents.The VIA is designed to monitor the child from the moment they are home.It is care package that consists of multiple devices.One of these is the belt that is worn around the chest by the infant.Housed within is a sensor that keeps track of the baby???s vitals and alerts the parents if they reach a critical point.Depending on the situation, it also emits a gentle vibration to stimulate the baby???s breathing.The idea of the device , which has won a Dyson design award, is to make a far less daunting beginning to parenthood.It's inventor, German industrial designer Christina Wolf, said:??? For most parents, the birth of their child is an unforgettable and special event. ??sHowever, considering that complications might occur or children might already be born with health issues, giving birth can as well be very emotional and stressful. ??sPremature babies, newborns with cardiac arrhythmias or respiratory disorder or those who already experienced an apparent life threatening event, require special healthcare during and after the in-patient stay. ??sSince these children have a higher risk of dying from sudden infant death syndrome, their vital parameters have to be constantly monitored by a home-monitor. ??sThe device contains a warning system, helping parents recognize an apparent life threatening event early enough so that in case of an emergency they can act quickly and start with reanimation measures.???VIA consists of a sensor, a belt made of 100% cotton, a monitor and a magnetic induction charging station. The sensor is made of TPU, an elastic material that is easy to clean and moulds to the baby???s body. Data is transmitted by Bluetooth from the sensor to the monitor which raises an alarm in case the vital parameters approach a critical area. If the values only slightly move below

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