Lehi, Utah-based Owlet designed the system to enable caregivers to better care for babies at home through advanced digital technologies.
According to a news release, the now-cleared Dream Sock monitors and displays live health readings and provides health notifications. Readings include pulse rate and oxygen saturation level, while lights and alarms signal when readings fall outside of preset ranges.
Owlet plans to make the medical-grade features available to all existing and new Dream Sock users upon the coming launch. It expects that launch to begin by the end of this year. The device received clearance for use with healthy infants between 1-18 months and 6-30 pounds
[ also see our article back in June: https://startllc.com/owlet-receives-fda-clearance-for-prescription-pulse-oximetry-baby-sock/ ]