Simplify Checking Baby's Temperature With Baby Check

Introducing Baby Check, the simplest, wearable temperature and position monitor

Wearable technologies are a relatively new innovation but they are already proving to be very useful in the context of health and medical advancements. They are being used for everything, from increasing the efficiency of workouts to monitoring your baby's sleep patterns and mood as well. 

A start-up company out of College Station, Texas called DK Tek Innovations has developed a wearable temperature and motion monitor for infants, called Baby Check. It's a huge step in medical care for infants. The device fits around the baby's arm, and an app on the parent's phone provides him or her with a continuous minute-by-minute live feed of updates on the child's temperature, body position and sleep via Bluetooth technology. It works on both IOS and Android devices. 

Because the app tracks and records data over several days, parents can bring the data with them on doctor appointments in order to help legitimatize thier concerns with proof and to help the doctor get a better understanding of the baby's overall health. 

Baby Check has a maximum temperature alarm setting, which is perfect for night monitoring because parents don't have to stay up all night taking temperature reads to make sure there isn't an increase or spike. In addition, the device tracks movement, allowing the app user can know if the baby is sleeping restfully or just hanging out in its bed. 

A great bonus for parents with twins or with multiple kids (of different ages), multiple babies can be monitored on the app and it will organize each baby's reads by her or her name. 

The Kickstarter fund goes live on March 1st and will be accepting pledges to help continue the development of their product. If you are one of the first 500 Early Bird Special pledges, you get a monitor included with your financial contribution of only $40.

The idea of not having to fight with baby to get a temperature taken is heaven sent—because what sick baby ever wanted to sit still, let alone be poked and prodded? We think the Baby Check could make parents' lives that much easier and calmer while dealing with the already stressful situation of a sick baby.   

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