Why yOU Should
Pre-term and low birth weight (less than 2.5 Kgs) babies become cold often without parents noticing – a condition known as Hypothermia.
When a child’s temperature drops dangerously low it may lead to infection or death.
When a baby is hypothermic, parents are advised to provide Kangaroo Mother Care (skin-to-skin care).
Be Alerted When Your Baby Gets Dangerously Cold: Small babies get cold easily and often without parents realizing. The BEMPU TempWatch uses an audio-visual alarm to alert you when your baby gets cold.
Protect Your Baby 24/7: The device continuously keeps a check on the often unnoticed temperature variations in your baby at all times - keeping you alerted of hypothermia for timely action with an audio-visual alarm that is loud enough to wake you up.
Help Your Baby Gain Weight: With the BEMPU TempWatch, you can ensure your new-born maintains a healthy temperature which will help him/her gain weight and grow healthy.
Easy & Safe To Use: The BEMPU TempWatch is simple in design and can be used without any training. It is made from 100% medical grade silicon rubber.
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HOW THE TEMPWATCH WORKS
The TempWatch flashes a blue light when the baby is at a normal temperature
The TempWatch flashes an orange light and alarms when the baby is hypothermic.
The mother/ father warm the baby by providing kangaroo care.
Once the temperature returns to normal, the TempWatch flashes a blue light again.
WHAT BEMPU PARENTS HAVE TO SAY
The BEMPU device was very easy to use… we never had to worry about the baby’s temperature dropping as the BEMPU device would alarm.
Vineesh Joseph, BEMPU Parent
The Bracelet has really helped reduce stress for parents once they leave the controlled environment of the NICU. The BEMPU bracelet reassures them that their baby’s temperature is within the normal range that its supposed to maintain.
Dr. Sanjay Wazir, Clinical Advisor