Germany

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

https://www.tk.de/techniker/magazin/spitzenmedizin/schwangerschaft/fruehchenversorgung-2030300

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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)?”

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Dr. Neena Modi

United States

Neurodevelopment

“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

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Dr. Terrie Inder

Learn more about the science of how Kangaroo care supports Neurodevelopment.

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