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Nanny Monitor

 Certified Medical Baby Breathing Monitor

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Nanny Baby Breathing Respiration Monitor (UK)

The Nanny Baby Breathing Monitor is a Certified Medical Device, a must-have device if you have just given birth.

Nanny Monitor (UK) Ltd is the authorised UK importer & distributor of the Nanny Monitor manufactured by Jablotron – One of the largest manufacturers of alarm systems in Europe and based in the Czech Republic, Jablotron has achieved ISO-901 compliance for its achievements in the implementation of quality systems for manufacture and management.

Our baby breathing monitors undergo continual clinical trials to ensure the safety of your little ones. We distribute Nanny baby breathing monitors throughout the UK. The breath monitoring device is dedicated to preventing SIDS – or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome – by keeping you informed immediately your baby stops breathing. We seek to give parents complete peace of mind.

N95 Respirator Mask

Respirators, also called N95 respirator masks, are designed to protect the wearer from small particles in the air that may contain viruses. They are certified by the CDC and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. The name comes from the fact that the mask can filter 95 percent of airborne particles.  We have a limited quantity and the first batch went within 2 days.  Orders now will be dealt with in order date when the next batch arrives in approximately 1 week. All supplied masks are CE rated N95 but may differ from the images shown here.


Advice to carers of young infants.

Place your baby on their back to sleep.
Don’t smoke during pregnancy (this applies to both parents).
Don’t allow people to smoke in the same room as your baby.
Don’t allow your baby to get too hot.
Keep your baby’s head uncovered; their feet should be to the
foot of the cot to stop them wriggling down under the covers.
Don’t fall asleep with your baby on the sofa.
Don’t share your bed with your baby if you or your partner:
– smoke;
– have been drinking alcohol;
– are taking medication or drugs that causes drowsiness;
– or are excessively tired.
Place your baby on their back to sleep.
Put your baby’s cot in your bedroom for the first six months

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