Baby Pixel Monitor
Video monitors are often used alongside other seizure alarms as helpful visual tools for monitoring the activities of children or adults with Dravet Syndrome when they are out of immediate sight, e.g. when playing in a different room or sleeping in their bed.
The Summer Infant Baby Pixel Monitor™ offers a large 5” colour touchscreen with a pan, tilt and zoom camera allowing you to remotely control the camera to keep the person with Dravet Syndrome in view. The monitor includes the following features:
- Onscreen nursery temperature display
- Sleepzone™ virtual boundary to alert parents when the individual moves outside of a pre-set virtual border
- Enhanced colour night vision
- Voice activated technology ensuring the video screen automatically wake ups when the individual stirs
- Two-way talkback
- 3x remote digital zoom with remote pan and scan
- A blue and red soft glow night light
Find out more about the Baby Pixel Monitor here.
Feedback from Dravet families on using similar video monitors:
Families have reported that video monitors can provide peace of mind, particularly for those who can not get along with other forms of monitoring. While not a seizure alarm, it enables parents/carers to keep an eye on their child or adult with Dravet Syndrome when they are in a different room. The portable screen is also useful for helpful for parents/carers in providing a visual check to see if assistance is needed (which they cannot do with just an audio monitor).
Important: the Summer Infant Baby Pixel Monitor and other monitoring equipment provided by DSUK is in an assistive capacity only. The intention of provision is to assist in the management of an individual, and their condition and symptoms, to help minimise risk. Monitoring devices are assistive only and must not be used in substitute for observing clinical signs. DUSK can accept no liability for the accuracy of monitoring equipment nor for any consequences resulting from reliance on the device, or the actions of a patient, carer, medical practitioner or other individual resulting from use of the monitoring device.