Saving Children Lives, The Data Way
“Giving Birth & being born brings us in the essence of creation”
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Adherence to clinical practices
Digitized Handovers
Predicting Neonatal Morbidities
About Us
Child Health Imprints is a Singapore based start-up company established in 2018. Child Health Imprints is engaged in the development and application of cutting edge informational and computational technologies including IoT, artificial intelligence and predictive analytics to the practice of medicine in neonatal intensive care units across the world with the objective of making early diagnosis of critical diseases and improving overall quality of ...
Products
INICU
A product to streamline entire workflow of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
CHIL automatizes the workflow of NICU starting from the day of admission/birth till the discharge of the baby, thus reducing the responsibilities of users.

It also provides the doctors with a solution to all the problems related to manual paperwork (such as duplication of records while preparing progress notes and discharge summary) by automatically generating progress notes of hospital stay as well ...
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Minimal
Medication Error
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Auto Progress Notes
& Discharge Summary
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Multiple Device Data
On Single Interface
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Predictive
Analysis
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Alarams &
Notifications
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Blood
Gas Machine
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CHIL
Software
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Admission &
Registration Process
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Growth Summary
& Vitals Information
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Predicting Onsite
Infection
ICHR
A product to track growth of child after discharge for parents and doctors.
The development of a child is a continuous process. Importantly , the first five years are very significant for a child’s brain development and their lifelong well being. Impaired health in those years can result in long-term implications for child as well as parents

Thus, systematic child health surveillance is critical to reduce their morbidity and mortality rates. ... India, child health and vaccination records ... maintained as paper-based records. ...
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Accessible Growth & Prescription Data
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Regular notifications for vaccination
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Longitudinal child health data of high risk babies