Moni - our octopus, designed to help the development of babies and preterm infants. The octopuses have been introduced to various hospitals around the world, with the whole purpose of helping preterm infants feel particularly safe while in the incubator.
Why octopus: The idea originated in Denmark, the researchers found that preterm infants who curled up with these octopuses in their incubators had more constant heartbeats, better breathing and a higher level of oxygen in the blood. Not only that, but these babies were less likely to pull the monitor wires and feeding tubes attached to them.
The researchers believe that the octopus' curly arms remind babies of their mother's umbilical cords and uterus. When tucked inside the incubator for long hours, the preterm infants do not get the same comforting and soothing feeling with their parents, and the same octopuses give pleasant sensations that help and soothe them.
"It's really amazing.We were very impressed that such a simple thing can help preterm infants and babies feel much better," said Dr. Daniel Lockier, a preterm medicine specialist.
It is important to note that all our dolls are tested and approved by the Israeli Standards Institute, and meet the most stringent standards for games for children under the age of 3.
Purchase these dolls as a luxury gift for their friends and family new babies, or premature babies in the hospital, they will appreciate you for a very long time.
** Our octopus dolls are currently undergoing final tests before they arrive and we can transfer them to you, register on the website, and we will notify you when they arrive and also enjoy an equal launch campaign.
** The octopus dolls come in a fancy silk canvas bag, and are ready for delivery as a gift
** Before placing them in the preterm incubator, it is necessary to wash them in a washing machine at a temperature of 30 degrees, and dry them in the open air not under direct sunlight.