We are a young start-up in the medical device industry. Our vision is to offer premature babies as well as newborns an optimal development. We are committed to increase the awareness of the possibilities to support infants and their parents. Our products are an important part of making this vision a reality. We develop and distribute developmental positioning aids for premature and newborn babies.
Das Konzept Nestchen
Das Konzept des Nestchens beruht auf langjährigen Erfahrungen aus dem klinischen Alltag mit Frühgeborenen. Es wurde im Rahmen seiner Medizinproduktzertifizierung mit aktuellen wissenschaftlichen Kenntnissen unterlegt.
I am a licensed physical therapist and have also obtained a B. A. in physiotherapy. Since 2006, I have been working on the neonatal station of the Hamburg children hospital. There I have developed our products for the care of babies born prematurely in practice.
Opinions on the nest for premature babies
Prof. Dr. Lutz Koch, chief physician of neonatology and intensive care of the cath. Children's hospital Wilhelmstift and neonatology in the Marienkrankenhaus Hamburg
„In addition to highly technical care, the developmental and individual needs of the little patients are most important to us. The Nestchen is a great help in this respect, as it gives the small premature babies protection and support in an age-appropriate bending posture. They can thus develop optimally in a stress-free environment.
Daniela Hoffmann, mother of a prematurely born girl at 23 weeks of pregnancy
“Safe without constant unwrapping. A great alternative to cloth diapers and towels. Not so complicated and easy to understand even for laymen. So the little ones have an all-round border that gives them support just like in the womb.”
Barbara Watzlaw, head of the neonatology ward at Marienkrankenhaus Hamburg
“ “In nursing, premature babies benefit greatly from the nest! They are protected and cuddled up like in the womb. The vital signs improve and we as nursing staff can clearly observe how the little ones sleep relaxed. It is also very important for the parents to know that their babies are well stored and cared for when they leave the ward! ”