Pre-term babies have to be nursed and constantly monitored from their iincubators. In order to measure the respiration and heart action, electrodes have to be stuck to the body. Through wires, the information reaches the monitor. Every two to five days the nurses have to replace the ‘patches’ that connect the wires to the baby’s body, “and that’s a stressful, but also painful event”, says Fabio Bambang Oetoma, Bambi’s CEO. Wondering if that couldn’t be done differently was the real start of the company that he and his father founded last year.
Read more about the Bambi-Belt from the e52 article HERE