Discharge preterm babies
confidently with

Pedi-Sync

Clinicians do not have a consistent and objective tool to assess safe oral feeding in preterm infants

Delays in discharge

Caregiver frustrations

Negative feeding outcomes for the infant

The current subjective behavioral assessments can lead to trial & error treatments, delaying discharge, creating negative feeding outcomes for the infant and caregiver frustrations.

Remove the guess-work and get infants home sooner and safer

Pedi-Sync links breathing and feeding providing objective data to improve feeding outcomes for infants in the NICU.

The Oral Feeding Adaptability Score is calculated from oral feeding assessments, maternal and infant factors, and respiratory waveforms.

The Oral Feeding Adaptability Score quantifies the preterm infants' progress and guides clinicians to determine a better-individualized care decision, and facilitate a confident discharge.

Better metrics to inform decision making

- Consistent between users, yet personalized per baby
- Evidence based and data-driven

The OFAS is calculated from clinical feeding assessments, maternal and infant factors, and oral feeding breathing patterns. Clinicians can use the OFAS as a standardized biomarker to improve clinician decision-making.

Enhanced Care

- Discharge sooner and reduce risk of nosocomials infections
- Reduce chance of re-admission

Our OFA score provides an in-depth assessment of respiratory waveform that goes beyond current behavioral assessments. It gives you support to accurately select or rule out certain treatment protocols and eliminate the trial and error approach.

Confident discharge home to families

- Consistent between users, yet personalized per baby
- Evidence based and data-driven

The OFAS is calculated from clinical feeding assessments, maternal and infant factors, and oral feeding breathing patterns. Clinicians can use the OFAS as a standardized biomarker to improve clinician decision-making.

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