According to data of 2015 there were 136 mio babies born in the world, 146 mio in 2016. 4 mio /4.4 mio of them died within the first 28 days (3%) in 2015/2016 accordingly.
- SIDS is the leading cause of death among babies between 1 month and 1 year of age.
- More than 2,000 babies died of SIDS in 2010 in USA.
- Most SIDS deaths occur when in babies between 1 month and 4 months of age, and the majority (90%) of SIDS deaths occur before a baby reaches 6 months of age. However SIDS deaths can occur anytime during a baby's first year.
- SIDS is a sudden and silent medical disorder that can happen to an infant who seems healthy.
- SIDS is sometimes called "crib death" or "cot death" because it is associated with the timeframe when the baby is sleeping. Cribs themselves don't cause SIDS, but the baby's sleep environment can influence sleep-related causes of death.
- Slightly more boys die of SIDS than do girls.
- In the past, the number of SIDS deaths seemed to increase during the colder months of the year. But today, the numbers are more evenly spread throughout the calendar year.
Nite Well bracelet - design to track baby’s vitals parameters and send notification in real-time if something appears to be wrong. It’s source of baby’s health parameters, tracked and securely stored on NWP platform.
The product is intended for determining biometric readings and transferring information to a mobile smartphone of parents through a server and keep it using blockchain.
The list of registered and transmitted parameters:
- Saturation of the child's blood;
- The child's body temperature;
- Mobility of the child;
- Sound conditions in the room.
Research and clinical trials
Distributing patient consent or trial results could foster data sharing, audit trials, and clinical safety analyses.
Administrative and financial information
Insurance eligibility and claims processing workflows could benefit from blockchain and have decreased transactional costs.
Personal health devices “NiteWell bracelet”, and patient-reported outcomes are just some examples of patient-generated data that could leverage the blockchain for security and sharing.
Real-time tool to prevent a baby's health threat. Prevention of dicease.
Secure storage of measured parameters.
Doctors to find right treatment strategy for patient. Prediction of disease risk.
Governments to initiate health programs.
R&D improving health research.
Pharmaceuticals manufactures make marketing researches.
Warren WhitlockInfluence Architect, Top 10 Social Media Influencer
Founder at Ochen Host (radio) at Warren Whitlock Show. Entrepreneurship at WarrenWhitlock.com. Former Director at Startup Grind Las Vegas. Former Founder at Billions Rising.
Gene LibovSan Bruno, CA, United States of America. Adviser
Colorado State University-Global Campus.
Founder and Principal Consultant at Planet 9 Security Consulting.
CloudMedx, Clinical AI Platform - Chief Information Security Officer.
KAZO Security - Advisory Board Member.
Blue Shield of California - Director, Security and technology assurance.
The Clorox Company - Information security Engineer.
Please use common sense and remember:
- Do not use NWB as a diagnostic tool.
- Do not use NWB if your doctor recommends the use of a hospital pulse oximeter.
- Do not use NWB if your doctor recommends the use of a hospital apnea monitor.
- Do not use NWB as an excuse for unsafe sleep habits.
We wanted to make sure the above points were clear, but here is our full disclaimer.
Disclaimer: NWB is intended to provide peace of mind. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, mitigate, cure, or prevent any disease or condition. This is not a medical device and is not intended for use as a medical device or to replace a medical device. The NWB is only intended to assist you in tracking your baby’s wellbeing and is not intended to replace you as a caregiver. You are ultimately responsible for your baby. This device is not intended to cure, treat, or prevent any disease or health condition, including, but not limited to, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).