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    Default Respisense and similar products recommendations for a baby that stops breathing?

    My DD2 is almost a week old and since her first night we've been in hospital with her for breathing issues. So far she has had a code blue called on her twice A friend suggested i look into getting the Respisense monitor for a bit more peace of mind, but I don't want to spend $200 if they don't work well, etc.

    So has anyone used one or a similar product that you would recommend?

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    if she is codeing in the hospital i would imagine theywont send her home with out either a sats machines or a apnea moniter as it would be unsafe.

    Do they know why she is stopping breathing

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    we use cyrometrics for my daughter have done since she was a baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaughteroftheForest View Post
    My DD2 is almost a week old and since her first night we've been in hospital with her for breathing issues. So far she has had a code blue called on her twice A friend suggested i look into getting the Respisense monitor for a bit more peace of mind, but I don't want to spend $200 if they don't work well, etc.

    So has anyone used one or a similar product that you would recommend?
    I just wanted to say (since apparently we don't talk enough! :P) that an absolute bh angel is sending you a spare respisense monitor jic <3 :-)

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    My friend used one and loved it.. I hope your little girl is ok


 

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