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The Clinical Value of Infant Monitoring — Part 1

Posted by Circadiance on May 13, 2021 4:28:11 PM

This blog is largely excerpted from an article featured in the 2019 winter issue of neonatal INTENSIVE CARE magazine.

Infant Monitoring in the Hospital and Home provides clinical value to healthcare providers. Monitoring enables the diagnosis and management of at-risk vulnerable infants to provide better outcomes. Monitoring also improves the quality of life for a pre-term infant by enabling the baby to go home earlier, and peace of mind for their family, knowing that their baby will not suffer from undetected life threatening events while lowering the cost of care by providing a low cost alternative to hospital care, enabling earlier NICU discharge.

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Topics: Insider, SmartMonitor

Celebrating Sleep Awareness Week with SleepWeaver Savings!

Posted by Circadiance on Mar 18, 2021 9:45:00 AM

It's National Sleep Awareness Week! This week we are focusing on promoting better sleep as a way to increase overall health and well-being

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Topics: Insider, Circadiance News, Sleep Health, SleepWeaver

Have you registered your SleepWeaver mask?

Posted by Circadiance on Mar 16, 2021 11:01:00 AM

It's National Sleep Awareness Week! This week we are focusing on promoting better sleep as a way to increase overall health and well-being

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Topics: Insider, Circadiance News, Sleep Health, SleepWeaver

What Parents Face When They Leave The NICU

Posted by Circadiance on Feb 17, 2021 3:02:19 PM

Having a premature baby can lead parents down a path with a few bumps in the road. Many things are different and going home with a newborn is scary for most parents. Every case is unique which means a variety of parental experiences leading up to, and after, discharge. So what can parents expect when they take their baby home from the NICU?

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Topics: Insider, NeoPAP

What Parents Face in the NICU

Posted by Circadiance on Feb 2, 2021 1:23:55 PM

Imagine you’re pregnant, nearing your due date, and filled with a combination of both excitement and nervousness, but then things take an unexpected turn and your baby arrives early. They are in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and you have to touch your baby through the door of an incubator...

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Topics: Insider, NeoPAP

Vision 2020 - COMMUNITY & MANAGEMENT

Posted by Circadiance on Dec 31, 2020 11:00:00 AM

Today is the last day of the year and the final part of our Vision 2020 blog series. To conclude the series, we share our vision for community and a special note on management from our CEO.

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Topics: Insider, Circadiance News

Vision 2020 - IT & SECURITY

Posted by Circadiance on Dec 30, 2020 11:00:00 AM

This week we are concluding our Vision 2020 blog series. In today's post, we will focus on a part of the Circadiance vision that has increasing significance as we become more of a digital health company each day: information technology & security!

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Topics: Insider, Circadiance News

Vision 2020 - OPERATIONS

Posted by Circadiance on Dec 29, 2020 3:06:14 PM

This week we will conclude our Vision 2020 blog series in three parts. The first is one that has played a significant role in the past year: operations!

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Topics: Insider, Circadiance News

What it Means to Be a Circadian

Posted by Circadiance on Dec 22, 2020 10:00:00 AM

We just finished up our blog series, "What is a 'Circadian'?", which focused on the values we hold of highest importance. In today's blog we wanted to share an inspiring story of how two Circadians, by helping a customer, embodied the values we've written about this past year. So, without further ado...

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Topics: Insider, Circadiance News

Top 10 Sleep Myths, Demystified

Posted by Circadiance on Nov 17, 2020 3:24:25 PM

David Letterman’s ‘Top Ten List’ was a comedy mainstay in my household growing up. But The Late Show aired too late so I watched the VCR recordings the next day. Dave’s humorous review of the topic of the day in a countdown has always been a format for maximum impact. 10 has just the right amount of depth and conciseness although the round numbered list has been around for some time (i.e., The Ten Commandments). I would, however, argue that Dave made the Top Ten List what it is today in our modern lexicon. You can not go anywhere without encountering a top ten from recipes on YouTube to football power rankings. Maybe it’s because they’re so easy to write—anyone can come up with one.

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Topics: Insider, Sleep Health