Easy to Use
Designed to be affordable, scalable, field-friendly, sterile, disposable & recyclable.
Safe and Secure
Multi-purpose, fully contained micro-environment, accessible with air-locked sleeves and ports for internal manipulation.
Provides heat, humidity, oxygen and light with a suite of innovative features in one
NICI: Our Innovative
Neonatal Intensive Care Incubator
NICI is a Solution for the U.S. Crisis
Each year 380,000 babies (1 in 10 newborns) are born premature across the U.S., which has the highest rates of infant mortality among developed nations.
Only 40% of preterm babies are delivered in a hospital NICU (neonatal intensive care unit), leading to more sick and dying newborns - and profound trauma to our families and communities.
American minority newborns have 2-3 times higher rates of infant mortality, and rates for all newborns have been climbing in recent years.
NICI will increase access to incubators, improve safety, and reduce healthcare costs to help providers, mothers and newborns everywhere.
An Incubator for All Situations
Over 160 rural U.S. hospitals closed in recent years due to high costs and many large city hospitals also face financial constraints.
48% of full term babies need a neonatal incubator at least once. Adding to that, the incidence of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) - associated with opioid overuse in pregnant mothers - has also increased by 433% in rural U.S. areas; increasing the need for baby incubators.
80% of preterm infants and over 50% of full term infants develop jaundice, which adds a significant cost to healthcare.
NICI is purpose-built for all situations and will provide a practical, affordable and multifunctional incubator to help as many newborns as possible, no matter how far.
Reducing neonatal morbidity and mortality are Sustainable Development Goals: without a comprehensive solution millions of babies die annually from preventable causes with tens of millions more disabled.
These complications include breathing, breastfeeding, and maintenance of optimum body temperature. Neonates are also more prone to anemia, jaundice, infections and other chronic diseases.
Infant morbidity and mortality are directly associated with global development. Preterm births result in serious economic and social problems that affect millions of children annually, and billions are spent to improve these issues with limited success.
Children who are born prematurely experience a serious range of illnesses and disabilities, directly relating to the lack of available infant incubators.