Clinical Study

Doctor Antonio Portugal, specialist in Pediatrics examined and made numerous tests in his office with the Cry Translator technology.

You can read his study on the "View PDF" link which is shown below or by clicking on the image.

 

Portada Pediatria 100Document: Revista de la Asociación para la Docencia e Investigación en Pediatría Extra Hospitalaria

Author: Dr. Antonio Portugal Ramírez. Specialist Paediatrician (Paediatrics and related specific areas) Head of Pediatrics of the Clinic Juaneda Menorca (Spain)

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Babies communicate their mood and needs through crying. If a baby is hungry, sleepy, in discomfort, bored or stressed (i.e. this makes up 95% of the reasons why a baby will cry), he/she will express it by crying. All babies, regardless of the society, ethnic group or culture of origin, respond to these stimuli by crying, with common features in more than 90% of cases. 

On average, a baby cries about three hours daily, causing frustration and worry to parents and caregivers. By using the Cry Translator (Biloop Technologic), we are now able to identify the reasons why the baby is crying and recommend guidelines for responding in a more rapid and effective manner. In addition, research suggests that a baby who feels well attended will develop more self-confidence and feel better towards his/her care-givers, implying better emotional development. Studies have found a significant relationship between this improved emotional development and a lifelong increase in cognitive capacity.


 

Related articles

Several studies and magazines of the sector lead time demonstrating the importance of a correct and prompt attention to the baby.

You can read those studies on the "View PDF" links shown below.

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