The Next Best Thing To Being There
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Childbirth is an emotional event for parents and families, particularly when a newborn’s first few critical days, weeks, or even months are spent in the NICU. 24/7 video streaming with NICVIEW 2 helps families feel more involved right from the start, making them partners in the process of giving their hospitalized infant THE BEST START IN LIFE.
ACTIVELY SUPPORTING MOTHER-BABY BONDING
Video streaming on demand helps reduce the distress and anxiety mothers can feel at being separated from a newborn. The visual stimulus supports the mother-baby bonding process, and has the potential to assist with milk flow during breastmilk expression whilst mother and baby are separated.1,2 Family can watch and learn their newborn’s routines in the NICU, helping smooth the transition to life at home.
BUILDS TRUST IN THE NICU
Small and clean design, NICVIEW 2 can be turned on/off and repositioned at will, so that NICU staff remain in control of the care process at all times. Parents see their newborns receiving the best possible care, creating trust and confidence in the NICU staff.
NICVIEW 2 is exceptionally user-friendly, with HD quality, web-based video for real-time streaming on any online device via a standard downloadable app. Privacy is paramount. Password-protected access ensures parents can view only their own child. With end-to-end encryption and SSL authentication, parents enjoy the same degree of privacy as they do at home.
24/7 VIDEO STREAMING
- HD quality video with best available resolution
- Excellent low-light performance for clearer imaging
- Suction cup mounting directly on incubator for better positioning
- Direct app-based access (Android & iOS) from any end device
- Simple, secure, sign in access through an App
- Designed for families & relatives of any age, in any location
FULL NICU CONTROL
- NICU staff determine camera positioning and viewing times
- Minimal footprint & seamless integration into NICU workflow
- End-to-end encryption & SSL authentication
- Parental access limited exclusively to their own newborn
- Flexible software platform ready for future evolutions
- App-based access eliminates need for hospital server
- 24/7 customer and technical support for families & clinical staff
1 Jones Elizabeth, MPhil RN, RM, ENB 405. Stephen Andrew Spencer, DM, FRCP, FRCPH. Why is preterm milk expression so difficult? Volume 1 Issue 3 2005 infant.
2 Keith DR, Weaver BS, Vogel RL. The Effect of Music-Based Listening Interventions on the Volume, Fat Content, and Caloric Content of Breast Milk–Produced by Mothers of Premature and Critically Ill Infants. Adv Neonatal Care. 2012 Apr;12(2):112-9. DOI: 10.1097/ANC.0b013e31824d9842.