Parents will be able to remotely monitor infants in the hospital № 24

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a surveillance Camera appeared at the perinatal centre of Moscow city hospital № 24 in incubators for premature babies, said the Deputy mayor of Moscow on issues of social development Anastasia Rakova.

“Thanks to this positive experiment in the perinatal center of the hospital № 24 parents who can not constantly be with your child, can monitor them with your smartphone online. We hope this helps parents to feel calmer. If the project will be in demand and appreciated by the residents, we will extend it to other hospitals”, – quotes its Agency “Moscow”.

Rakova said that the stream goes around the clock, seven days a week. To access it you need to fill out an application and specify your personal details and the name of the child. Individual temporary link to the stream, the parents will receive an e-mail. Video storage is not provided.

he added that the access to the broadcast will receive the parents of children whose weight is more than pounds and which do not require respiratory therapy. In case of deterioration of health of the child stream is terminated, the doctors warn the parents.

In November it was reported that the doctors of the clinical hospital № 13 since the founding of the children’s case saved 70 thousand premature infants. Now they use a modern method of resuscitation in asphyxia.

In a medical institution is carried out and educational events. Every third Thursday of the month experts tell us about the care of premature babies. In addition, parents are taught to provide immediate help to kids with disorders.

All the Moscow doctors are able to care for up to 98% of premature babies weighing from one to one and a half kilograms. The survival rate of premature babies with extremely low body weight for seven years has almost doubled.

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