Babies, Families, Hospitals, and Payers are all impacted by poor feeding outcomes.
Improved Feeding Function
Reduces exposure to infection due to prolonged length of stay.
Tackles a well-known, but poorly understood problem in the NICU.
Reduces time spent on feeding tubes.
Eliminates problems associated with dysphagia.
Innara Health and Nutrition Technology
Increases data objectivity.
Provides consistent repeatable therapy and measurement.
Improves caregiver communication.
Improves patient satisfaction scores.
Payer, Provider, and Patient Benefits
Shortens stays and reduced costs.
Improves payer and provider ROI.
Reduces readmission due to feeding issues.
PFOS Reduces Time to FOF and LOS in Very Preterm Infants Without Adverse Effects:
The NTrainers frequency-modulated orosomatosensory stimulation (PFOS) “supports feeding development and shortens time to full oral feeds in very preterm infants. It helps them achieve the normal milestone of independent oral feeding and shortens LOS.”
Reduced length of stay (LOS) and associated costs and improved hospital operations:
Risks and Costs of Feeding Tubes:
This study shows that NG-tubes yielded high densities of bacteria even within the first day of use. Limiting the use of feeding tubes can help minimize the risk of complications with a reduced exposure to bacteria.