Smart devices helping you care for your baby
Baby's Respiratory Rate Matters
Babies breathe much faster than older children and adults.
A newborn's normal breathing rate is about 40 to 60 times per minute. This may slow to 30 to 40 times per minute when the baby is sleeping.
A baby may breathe fast several times, then have a brief rest for less than 10 seconds, then breathe again. This is normal.
Changes in a baby's breathing rate or pattern, or changes in colour may mean the baby is having respiratory distress and needs immediate medical attention.
It can be hard to get an accurate measurement of your baby's breathing rate, especially when they are all rugged up in many layers.
Cuba Wand was invented to help parents make this assessment easy and accurate.
Cuba is held under your baby's nose, this means you can use it even if baby is all rugged up in layers of clothing.
Easy to use
Cuba Wand doesn't need to be attached to baby. There is no need to connect to an app or analyse confusing data.
Cuba Wand can begin taking respiratory measurements immediately. No Need to clip onto baby like other monitors that use movement