Weight Gain

Multicentre study on the use of the bionic device BABYBE SYSTEM® in premature babies (very low birth weight, VLBW)

Research question: Does the use of BABYBE SYSTEM® within the setting of a neonatal intensive care unit lead to physical stabilization of small preterm infants (gestational age from 26+0 to 31+5 week of pregnancy)?

This Study is made in collaboration with TECHNIKER KRANKENKASSE


Prof.Dr. Rolf Schlößer & Prof.Dr. Thomas Schaible

United Kingdom

Apnoea and Bradycardia Events

COSYBABY: A preliminary randomised controlled study to improve physiological stability of very preterm babies


Research question: “In babies born below 32 weeks gestation (Population) does the use of the “Babybe” (Intervention), compared with standard care (Comparator), reduce the frequency of AoP (Primary Outcome)?”


Prof. Neena Modi

Suzan Jeffries RM IBCLC

United States


“Be With My Baby”: Pilot Investigation of the Use of the Babybe System® to enhance Family-centered Developmental Care in the Neonatal Intensive care Unit.

We aim to evaluate the impact of the Babybe Medical Mattress as a family-centered developmental care intervention using the following outcome measures: 
1) infant outcomes, including term equivalent brain MRI looking at total brain volume, hippocampal and amygdala volume, and brain white matter diffusion; neurological examination at the time of the MRI; and infant clinical characteristics, and 
2) parental well-being, parental NICU experience, and self-reported parenting skills

Dr. Terrie Inder

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