Hospital & Medical Uses
PRESENT HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL USES FOR THE SAFE T SLEEP® Sleepwrap® Babywrap
- When used correctly it gives added safety with all desired baby sleep positions.
- Prevention or correction of Flat Head/Plagiocephaly/deformed heads.
- Acid Reflux/GERD/Gastro osophagaer Reflux.
- Clicky hips, known as hip dysplasia
- Cranial Osteopathy.
- Porta catheter (central line).
- Supra-pubic catheter.
- Some types of dressing in plastics.
- Burn cases.
- Post Op positioning e.g.: kidney/club foot.
- Positions apnea monitors when threaded up through nappy and covered with the Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap baby swaddle.
- Comforts and settles restless babies when used in conjunction with sleep programs and positive parenting techniques.
- Positioning babies with cleft palates.
- Positioning babies with broken limbs.
- ED Nurse – Assist child/infant wrap for ‘holding’ during invasive procedures e.g. suturing, nasogastric.
- Positioning upright ‘respiratory’.
- ‘Recovery’ post-op.
- Special needs - some autistic - cerebral palsy - epilepsy – aspiration
The Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap babywrap is being used in Children's wards at several hospitals, Hospital Mothercraft units, Daycares, Child and Family centres in New Zealand, Australia and Europe.
The Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap babywrap and little HEADwedges are:
- Fabric batch tested for strength and breathability: is specifically woven for Safe T Sleep 100% top quality cotton
- Hospital laundry tested
- Independently Hospital Clinically Proven*. Read the NZ Medical Journal paper on Safe T Sleep here
- Since its conception in 1976 and delivery onto the world market in 1992, hundreds of thousands of babies have slept safely with the Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap babywrap & little HEADwedge. View the products here.
Giving comfort and security where needed during sleep for Special Needs parents and children: e.g. some autism, cerebral palsy, epilepsy and more.
Widely recommended by Midwives, GP’s Pediatricians in New Zealand, Australia and worldwide. Used extensively by various fields within the Medical Profession. See more here.