At NeoChild we are proud to be "protecting the patients who need protection the most." With senior management boasting over 35 years of neonatal and IV therapy experience we have been able to develop exemplary products to aid in protecting precious neonates. As a specification developer, we have multiple patents filed exclusively to products within the neonatal market.
We are thrilled to offer the ‘Safe Child System®’, the first fully integrated enteral feeding system eliminating misconnections with any IV products. Additionally, we provide urinary catheters, extensive syringe pump sets, as well as several procedural trays.
The Only Patented Enteral Safety System Of Its Kind!
"INNOVATORS not imitators"
MedAssets Awards NeoChild with Contract!
NeoChild has been awarded a 3-year group purchasing agreement with MedAssets for its Enteral Feeding Tubes and Accessories category. This contract went into effect on October 1, 2013, and will allow MedAssets members to take advantage of special pricing and terms pre-negotiated by MedAssets for NeoChild products, including the Safe Child Systemô, which is the only patented enteral safety system of its kind on the market (US 8,292,875). View Our Press Release
NeoChild is also proud to announce the Canadian patent
issue of our enteral feeding system; ‘The SafeChild System®.’ To view more information and documentation take a look at our Resources Page.
NeoChild is proud to announce the patent
issue of our enteral feeding system; ‘The SafeChild System®.’ The
only patented enteral safety system of its kind. Additional information can be found
here on our Resources Page. Please do not hesitate to contact our quality assurance department if you have questions at 1-888-887-6428. View Our Offical Patent Announcement
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Learn more about enteral feeding in neonates! Barbara Mercer of ADVANCE Nursing Magazine explains why neonatal patients must often be fed through feeding tubes and how it affects them in "Enterally Feeding Neonates."