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The Infant Seep Pod (I-SleepPod)

Jennifer Doering, PhD, RN and her team have created a prototype device intended to make sleeping environments safer for infants. This project brings together an interdisciplinary team that includes researchers in nursing and engineering to create an infant sleep system that mitigates the risk of asphyxia, mechanical airway obstruction, and overlay and can function in a variety of sleep environments.