Infant Protection System

Your “Nurse Friendly” System includes: Self-Adjusting Soft Bracelet Won’t fall off due to post-birth weight loss Eliminates cutting and chafing of baby’s skin Protects and alarms in the event of removal Easy-to-Use Software Admit and discharge infants in moments Training is done in minutes, not hours or days Simple tag activation and monitoring Small Profile Tags Instant protection upon tag activation Small, lightweight tag with “On/Off” light Easy to clean…

Reblog: Woman who abducted Newborn Sentenced to 18 Years

Several months ago we wrote a blog highlighting the devastating case of a woman who kidnapped a newborn from a Florida medical center and raised her as her own child for 19 years. She dressed in scrubs to disguise herself as a nurse, took the baby from the mother’s room just 8 hours after its birth, put the baby in a bag and fled. In June she was sentenced to…

Why Hospitals (And Their Nurses) Love Cuddles

It takes as little as 4 seconds for an abductor to leave a room with a baby and make an exit. That leaves little to no time for this person to be detected and stopped which is why you should never miss an opportunity to keep the babies in your care safe. Leverage the best in infant protection systems with Cuddles as your solution for ensuring that every tiny little…

Reblog: Accutech Tag Test Station Brings Never Seem Functionality To Wander Prevention And Infant Protection Systems

The Tag Test Station from Accutech Security gives current and future users the ability to see the remaining battery life and warranty date and on any of their RFID-enabled tags. This increased protection and ease of use feature can be added to any Cuddles infant protection, Kidz or ResidentGuard wander management system at an affordable price point and does not require additional installation. The Tag Test Station also allows users…

Infant Protection System

The original nurse-friendly infant protection system Accutech’s Cuddles infant protection system combines patented tags and bracelets with advanced RFID technology to help prevent abductions while also helping to ensure the general safety and security of infants. Easy-to-use hardware and software work seamlessly, enabling nurses to spend less time managing a “system” and more time focusing on what matters most—caring for their little patients. System features: • Mother /baby match •…

Reblog: 7 Ways Cuddles Stands Above The Rest

From the moment their baby is born, parents rely on you to keep their infants safe and secure. Unfortunately, infant abduction is still a very real threat which makes your choice of infant protection system of utmost importance. Protecting newborn patients is a high priority and choosing the right system to guarantee their protection is as well. Here are seven ways that the Cuddles infant protection system stands apart from…

Reblog: Cuddles Leads the Industry with Safeguards Against Electromagnetic Interference

Hospital maternity wards and birthing centers must address the potential threat of abduction with security measures that track and protect their newborn patients. To safeguard against this threat, facilities deploy security systems designed specifically to maintain safety of infants in obstetric and pediatric departments using radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. With a transmitter chip attached to the infant and sensors placed near exit points, an alarm is triggered if an…

Reblog: Protect Your Hospital From Lurking Predators

The maternity ward in a hospital is a place full of joy and love, where parents spend their first moments and days with their newborn. Unfortunately, hospitals must also be aware of potential danger lurking. Newborn babies are susceptible to kidnapping, especially if the facility doesn’t have the proper precautions in place. In the news just this month was a story of a mother who kidnapped an infant from a…

Reblog: Successful Infant Abduction Demonstrates Danger of “Alarm Fatigue”

A father exited the maternity a Medical Center with his 2-day old infant wrapped in blankets inside a duffel bag to avoid a visit by child welfare workers. An investigative report by 3TV Phoenix including security camera footage shows hospital staff twice clearing alarms triggered by the security bracelet worn by the infant while the father tried to exit a locked emergency door. After triggering a 3rd alarm, he was…

Reblog: Introducing the ID-TAD: An LCD Enhanced Tag Tester That Provides More Information and Convenience

An Enhanced Handheld to Give You More of the Tag Information You Need Our ID-TAD (Identification Tag Activator/ Deactivator) handheld devices will help staff spend less time visiting the tagtest station and more time focused on patient care. Ensure that your nurses can do more than just turn tags on and off or be indicated when there is a low battery. With new ID-TAD handheld devices nurses can now review…