Better

Delivering digital tools and diagnostics
to improve infant outcomes

A Focus on the First 1,000 Days

Starting at conception, the health of both mother and child are of utmost importance. At Astarte Medical, we view the first 1,000 days as a window of opportunity to deliver solutions that allow hospitals and clinical teams to standardize care protocols and customize treatment plans, at a time that has a profound impact on long-term health.

These first 1,000 days are especially critical for preterm infants, who are facing significant challenges, which include:

50%
Growth
Failure
Greater Risk of
Allergy, Asthma
and Obesity
>40%
Neurodevelopmental
Delays or Disabilities

Featured Resource

06.01.20
Astarte Medical – The Nutrition Story
New video on the importance of early life nutrition for preterm infants

 

Core to Astarte Medical is our comprehensive and proprietary dataset, which integrates feeding protocols, microbiome profiles and clinical information. Our NICUtrition® suite of products provides actionable information in real time to hospitals and clinical teams, enabling them to standardize care protocols and optimize nutrition.

About Astarte Medical

Led by a distinguished team and world-class advisors in neonatology, nutrition and microbiome, Astarte Medical is the only precision nutrition company using software and predictive analytics to improve outcomes during the first 1,000 days of life, with an initial focus on preterm infants.

Featured News

11.09.20 | Case Study

Illumina Accelerator graduate’s platform addresses unmet needs in neonatal intensive care

10.20.20 | Press Release

Astarte Medical Announces Issuance of U.S. Patent Covering A Digital Gut Health Diagnostic

09.28.20 | article

Tracy Warren discusses Building a Business Case for Nutrition Technology in the NICU

Events

Event

Dr. Sarah Taylor will discuss promoting breastfeeding in the NICU and after discharge

Event

Dr. Christopher Stewart discusses early life development of the gut microbiome and its health implications

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Dr. Jae Kim discusses gaps in standardizing nutrition in the NICU