PITTSBURGH, PA (PRWEB) November 21, 2016
"As a doctor (MD, Ph.D and senior research scholar) I deal with very serious respiratory pathologies and with complex respirators and electrical ICU equipment," said one of three inventors from Rockville, Md. "Since SIDS, which is caused by respiratory arrest induced by neurological underdevelopment, resulting in the deaths of even perfectly healthy infants from 0 to 1 year old (33,000 since 1990 in the U.S. and 4,655,045 in Europe), I decided to apply my expertise and the help of my two co-inventors to this serious problem."
The BREATH HELP is a device that provides protection against SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome). It helps prevent respiratory arrest during sleep by stimulating the child’s breathing. As a result, it helps avoid fatality and promotes peace of mind.
Comfortable, easy to use and affordable, which helps save money, the BREATH HELP can be produced in design variations and a version for adults. If we consider that just one hundred of the total 9,000,000 babies born in USA and Europe alone, it would reach a number of 900,000 babies.
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