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AirNettress Advantages of Numu® Mattress - Numu Baby AirNettress Advantages of Numu® Mattress - Numu Baby

AirNettress Advantages AirNettress Advantages

AirNettress is made of a unique permeable canvas material, surrounded by a wooden or aluminum frame. This screen allows all the comfort, strength and durability, combined with the free flow of air circulation and temperature, which passes through it. These special features allow the mattress to significantly reduce the risk factors associated with Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and help to better deal with other serious medical problems that arise during infancy and childhood.


Free flow of air

The increased risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) in at-risk infants (placed to sleep on their stomachs, covered with heavy blankets while sleeping, or lying on very soft surfaces) can be explained by the rebreathing of expired CO2, which is confined to a small unventilated area near the airway of a sleeping child. The permeable fabric allows free air circulation.

Clinical relevance:

This quality, found only in AirNettress, is important for babies during the first months of life and especially in situations where breathing is only possible through the mattress, such as when sleeping in the prone position or when the face is covered for a blanket or pillow. The rapid elimination of CO2 and the prevention of its accumulation in a model of a breathing child, combined with minimal resistance to the passage of air, can prevent the occurrence of a relevant risk factor for SIDS.

 

temperature balance

Overheating has been identified as a significant risk factor for SIDS in several studies. The screen's low thermal conductivity allows for optimal temperature balance and prevents overheating and perspiration.

Clinical relevance:

Overheating and hyperthermia are considered risk factors in the etiology of SIDS. Babies lose a lot of heat through their head and face, especially when the rest of their body is covered. The use of this new mattress allows for rapid temperature balance and prevents overheating, thus reducing the occurrence of another significant risk factor for SIDS.

 

Reduced exposure to mites

House dust mites (DPO) are arthropods whose optimal development requires high humidity, moderate temperature (21-27 C) and an adequate food source, particularly particles resulting from the desquamation of human skin. The highest number of mites is generally found in dust samples taken from uncovered surfaces in mattresses, bedding, upholstered furniture, rugs and carpets. The correlation between exposure to the mite, development of allergic diseases such as asthma and allergic rhinitis, and worsening of the disease has been documented in many studies..

Clinical relevance:

Sleeping on this new mattress significantly reduces exposure to mites and can reduce the development of allergic diseases such as asthma, allergic rhinitis and atopic dermatitis, in addition to reducing the aggravation of existing diseases.

 

Promotes good child muscle development

Motor development depends on several factors that may reside in the baby or in the environment. Since 1992, and since it was observed that Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) may be associated with babies who sleep in the prone position, parents began to be encouraged to put their babies on their backs. , while sleeping. Some researchers have expressed concern that the supine sleeping position may delay infants' motor development. The porous and tense surface of this new mattress allows babies to be placed on their stomach for longer periods. In addition, the localized flaccidity of conventional mattresses, which creates "mattress memory" and which can also impair motor development, does not occur in this new mattress.

Clinical relevance:

The possibility of placing babies on AirNettress in prone position for longer periods can promote the healthy development of full-term, low-risk preterm and very low birth weight babies. AirNettress's taut bed surface, with no sagging or mattress memory, provides an ideal orthopedic surface for developing babies..

 

Decreases regurgitation and increases clearance of respiratory passages

The mattress can be raised so that the baby's head and torso are elevated.

Clinical relevance:

Changing the angle of the mattress allows raising the baby's head, reducing regurgitation and reflux and favoring the opening of the respiratory passages, reducing nasal mucus.

 

Free passage of fluids through the mattress

All liquids, water, caked food, vomit or urine penetrate the mattress.

Clinical relevance:

During unfurling, urine penetrates through the porous network and the sleep surface remains completely dry. Prolonged contact of urine with the baby's sensitive skin is avoided, preventing skin irritation. In infants with gastroesophageal reflux or during periods of respiratory illness, regurgitated food and mucus penetrate the mattress surface, thereby preventing secondary aspiration.

 

Cleanliness and sterility

The strength and porous nature of the mattress surface facilitates the constant passage of air and allows for thorough cleaning and sterilization.

Clinical relevance:

Bacterial infections and the presence of bacterial toxins have been reported in many cases of sudden infant death and the hypothesis that there is a common bacterial toxin for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome has begun to be considered. The use of this innovative mesh screen on the sleeping surface can prevent these risk factors associated with SIDS and create a healthy and sanitized environment for the baby.

 

 

 

 

AirNettress is made of a unique permeable canvas material, surrounded by a wooden or aluminum frame. This screen allows all the comfort, strength and durability, combined with the free flow of air circulation and temperature, which passes through it. These special features allow the mattress to significantly reduce the risk factors associated with Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and help to better deal with other serious medical problems that arise during infancy and childhood.


Free flow of air

The increased risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) in at-risk infants (placed to sleep on their stomachs, covered with heavy blankets while sleeping, or lying on very soft surfaces) can be explained by the rebreathing of expired CO2, which is confined to a small unventilated area near the airway of a sleeping child. The permeable fabric allows free air circulation.

Clinical relevance:

This quality, found only in AirNettress, is important for babies during the first months of life and especially in situations where breathing is only possible through the mattress, such as when sleeping in the prone position or when the face is covered for a blanket or pillow. The rapid elimination of CO2 and the prevention of its accumulation in a model of a breathing child, combined with minimal resistance to the passage of air, can prevent the occurrence of a relevant risk factor for SIDS.

 

temperature balance

Overheating has been identified as a significant risk factor for SIDS in several studies. The screen's low thermal conductivity allows for optimal temperature balance and prevents overheating and perspiration.

Clinical relevance:

Overheating and hyperthermia are considered risk factors in the etiology of SIDS. Babies lose a lot of heat through their head and face, especially when the rest of their body is covered. The use of this new mattress allows for rapid temperature balance and prevents overheating, thus reducing the occurrence of another significant risk factor for SIDS.

 

Reduced exposure to mites

House dust mites (DPO) are arthropods whose optimal development requires high humidity, moderate temperature (21-27 C) and an adequate food source, particularly particles resulting from the desquamation of human skin. The highest number of mites is generally found in dust samples taken from uncovered surfaces in mattresses, bedding, upholstered furniture, rugs and carpets. The correlation between exposure to the mite, development of allergic diseases such as asthma and allergic rhinitis, and worsening of the disease has been documented in many studies..

Clinical relevance:

Sleeping on this new mattress significantly reduces exposure to mites and can reduce the development of allergic diseases such as asthma, allergic rhinitis and atopic dermatitis, in addition to reducing the aggravation of existing diseases.

 

Promotes good child muscle development

Motor development depends on several factors that may reside in the baby or in the environment. Since 1992, and since it was observed that Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) may be associated with babies who sleep in the prone position, parents began to be encouraged to put their babies on their backs. , while sleeping. Some researchers have expressed concern that the supine sleeping position may delay infants' motor development. The porous and tense surface of this new mattress allows babies to be placed on their stomach for longer periods. In addition, the localized flaccidity of conventional mattresses, which creates "mattress memory" and which can also impair motor development, does not occur in this new mattress.

Clinical relevance:

The possibility of placing babies on AirNettress in prone position for longer periods can promote the healthy development of full-term, low-risk preterm and very low birth weight babies. AirNettress's taut bed surface, with no sagging or mattress memory, provides an ideal orthopedic surface for developing babies..

 

Decreases regurgitation and increases clearance of respiratory passages

The mattress can be raised so that the baby's head and torso are elevated.

Clinical relevance:

Changing the angle of the mattress allows raising the baby's head, reducing regurgitation and reflux and favoring the opening of the respiratory passages, reducing nasal mucus.

 

Free passage of fluids through the mattress

All liquids, water, caked food, vomit or urine penetrate the mattress.

Clinical relevance:

During unfurling, urine penetrates through the porous network and the sleep surface remains completely dry. Prolonged contact of urine with the baby's sensitive skin is avoided, preventing skin irritation. In infants with gastroesophageal reflux or during periods of respiratory illness, regurgitated food and mucus penetrate the mattress surface, thereby preventing secondary aspiration.

 

Cleanliness and sterility

The strength and porous nature of the mattress surface facilitates the constant passage of air and allows for thorough cleaning and sterilization.

Clinical relevance:

Bacterial infections and the presence of bacterial toxins have been reported in many cases of sudden infant death and the hypothesis that there is a common bacterial toxin for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome has begun to be considered. The use of this innovative mesh screen on the sleeping surface can prevent these risk factors associated with SIDS and create a healthy and sanitized environment for the baby.

 

 

 

 

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