National Parenting Center Recognizes Lifenest® Sleep System™ With Seal of Approval

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The next generation of baby mattresses from UBIMED® recognized for patented technology

Lifenest® Sleep System™

At UBIMED®, we are passionate about bringing safety to families, and the Lifenest® Sleep System™ exemplifies our commitment.

UBIMED®, a leader in pediatric products designed to ensure babies’ safety, comfort, and hygiene, has announced that its Lifenest® Sleep System™ received the 2013 Seal of Approval from The National Parenting Center. The Lifenest®, its latest product, helps prevent positional plagiocephaly –more commonly known as the Flat Head Syndrome.

The National Parenting Center and its Seal of Approval program provide parents with comprehensive parenting advice while recognizing high-quality products available to parents.

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), every year about four thousand infants die suddenly and of no immediately obvious cause –a devastating occurrence known as the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or SIDS. Because the “Back to Sleep” campaign, endorsed by the AAP, advises to place the baby on the back and on a firm mattress, almost one in two babies is affected by flat head as found by a Canadian medical study*. In response to this plight, UBIMED® created the Lifenest® Sleep System™ after years of burning the midnight oil creating multiple prototypes and overcoming architectural challenges.

Always striving to maintain a high level of quality at every step of the design and manufacturing processes, UBIMED® devised the next generation of baby mattresses that uses the natural properties of a hammock. Indeed, the netting incorporated at the top of the Lifenest® creates a safe and comfortable environment as it provides a larger surface area for the baby’s head to rest. In doing so, it redistributes pressure away from the head’s soft spots, which helps with the development of a round head. In fact, a pressure mapping test revealed that the Lifenest® Sleep System™ relieves up to 50 percent of the pressure build-up on a baby’s skull.

The company is proud of its accomplishments. José Bensoussan, M.D., Ph.D. and CEO of UBIMED®, has declared that “it is an honor to be recognized by The National Parenting Center with their Seal of Approval.” He explained that, “[a]t UBIMED®, we are passionate about bringing safety to families, and the Lifenest® Sleep System™ exemplifies our commitment. This sleep system embodies our most successful effort yet to better the pediatric industry. We aim to see a real change in the industry with easy applications for family safety. We are glad to see that the approval we have received from parents throughout the world is shared by the National Parenting Center.”

Tested by independent testers including parents, educators, and panelists, the Lifenest® Sleep System™ continues to bring comfort and safety, so both parents and babies can sleep soundly and worry-free.

Lifenest®. For your baby’s safety, and your peace of mind.

For more information about the Lifenest® Sleep System™ for babies, please visit http://www.UBIMED.com.

About UBIMED®

UBIMED® was founded in 2005 by Dr. Jose Bensoussan, a French Medical Doctor who specializes in Pediatric Otolaryngology In 2008, UBIMED® received the prestigious international ISO 13485 certification for its quality system, demonstrating its commitment and ability to provide medical devices as well as related services that consistently meet regulatory requirements.

After creating and successfully launching the Cleanoz® Nasal Aspirator Kit™ in Europe and the United States in 2007, the UBIMED® team later worked with a physician to create the Lifenest® Sleep System™ for babies in 2010. The New Lifenest®, SPM004, is the second generation of Lifenest® and was developed as the answer to customers’ feedback.

  • The Incidence of Positional Plagiocephaly: A Cohort Study. Aliyah Mawji, RN, PhD, Ardene Robinson Vollman, RN, PhD, Jennifer Hatfield, PhD, Deborah A. McNeil, RN, PhD, Reginald Sauve, MD, MPH, FRCPC. PEDIATRICS Vol. 132 No. 2 August 1, 2013

pp. X12 (doi: 10.1542/peds.2012-3438d)

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