NICU Challenges

Preterm Infant Challenges

Due to advances in modern medicine, infants can survive at just 22 weeks gestational age. However, these tiny babies create complex challenges, related to feeding and gut health, for the clinical teams who care for them.

Greater Risk of
Allergy, Asthma
and Obesity
Delays or Disabilities

NICU Challenges

Learning how to grow preterm infants has been riddled with complexities and questions for clinical professionals.  Our NICUtrition® and NICUbiome™ suite of products address some of the most challenging issues of the NICU.

Current State

Practice variability among clinicians
Limited access to real-time data and insights
No standardized measure for preterm infant gut health

Our Solutions

NICUtrition® supports adherence to protocols and feeding practices
NICUtrition® provides easy access to your feeding data with real-time analysis
NICUbiome™ provides predictive scores to identify at-risk infants earlier

Our Solutions

Our NICUtrition® and NICUbiome™ solutions provide actionable information in real-time, enabling clinical teams to standardize care protocols and personalize treatment plans.  By monitoring and analyzing feeding and nutrition delivery and quantifying preterm infant gut maturity, we can improve quality of care and achieve healthier outcomes for our most vulnerable patients.

– New – NICUtrition ® Equitable Care Intelligence (ECI)

Equity in the NICU is important. That is why we built the ECI module that tracks data in real-time to assess equitable care at the patient and unit level.

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