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Breath monitor or baby monitor

08/06/20 13:13

Hello, is it better to get a breathing monitor for a newborn or just a video-audio baby monitor. We are considering buying one of the two, but we don’t know which. Thanks in advance for your reply.

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Reply: Breath monitor or baby monitor

08/06/20 13:17

Hello, it's up to you, but a video-audio baby monitor, even if it has good video and audio and you can see the baby on it, will never replace a breathing monitor and the fact that the monitor will start the alarm if the baby does not breathe for more than 20 seconds is key. With a video-audio baby monitor you may not notice the baby isn’t breathing for quite a long time, and then it may be too late.

Mom

Borrowed breathing monitor

08/06/20 13:12

Good evening, I want to ask if there is a risk if I do not have a new Nanny breathing monitor, but one borrowed from a friend who had one child? I don't want to have any regrets. Thank you.

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Reply: Borrowed breathing monitor

08/06/20 13:12

Hello, if you know how the monitor was handled, i.e. that it didn’t drop on the floor, the friend bought it new, has the receipt and the monitor is not older than 2 years, you can have it checked free of charge directly at Jablotron. If the monitor is more than 2 years old, it would be better to purchase a new sensor pad. The pad may lose its sensitivity due to age.

Mom

Choosing a mattress

08/06/20 13:09

Hello, I'm choosing a mattress for a cot and I want to check how to find out if it will also be suitable for using Nanny. I know that you offer mattresses tested with Nanny, but both are made of polyurethane and, based on experience and discussions, I’d choose coconut fibre, or a combination of coconut-foam or coconut-buckwheat. They are said to be more suitable in terms of strength, mites and quality. Will Nanny work with this type of mattress?

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Reply: Choosing a mattress

08/06/20 13:09

Hello, a mattress up to a maximum height of 12 cm should work with your nanny.

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Breathing monitor sensitivity

08/06/20 13:07

I'd like to make sure just how sensitive the breathing monitor is. It is placed under the mattress, we have a waterproof pad on the mattress, a cot wedge, a sheet, a baby nest and he is wrapped in swaddling. Is the monitor sensitive enough to detect things through so many layers? Thank you for your answer.

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Reply: Breathing monitor sensitivity

08/06/20 13:07

Hello, this question should be aimed more directly at the customer line listed here on the Nanny website in the contacts. or try the e-mail: nanny@jablotron.cz Nonetheless, the pad is sensitive enough to a mattress height of up to 12 cm. In your case, when the baby is very small, I’m guessing so based on the fact that you use a nest + swaddling, it would be better to place the sensor pad directly under the top sheet, just under the nest and the swaddling to keep the pad as close as possible to the baby. Moreover, placing it here is also good when using a wedge, which, if the pad is placed under it, can sometimes cause the pad to have poor contact with the mattress and consequently it cannot fully sense the baby’s breathing movements giving a “false” alarm.

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Sleeping on stomach

08/06/20 13:02

Hello, we use your Nanny. Our 24 day-old son sleeps best on his stomach. Is it safe to put him on his tummy when we use Nanny? It is always recommended not to put a baby on the tummy due to SIDS. Thank you GB.

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Reply: Sleeping on stomach

08/06/20 13:03

Hello, I know that a lot of babies like to sleep on their tummies, but even though you use Nanny, I would recommend that he does not sleep on his tummy if possible, at least try to place the baby on its side. The risk of SIDS increases when sleeping on your tummy.

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