Warmilu was featured in a recent PhysicsWorld.com article highlighting our work with Kettering University. The article discusses the importance of Warmilu’s warming packs in helping to prevent hypothermia in infants. Author Tushna Commissariat does a great job explaining the technology behind Warmilu’s products, and how we’re working with faculty at Kettering University to improve our […]
“After a number of models and tests and prototypes designed with user feedback, Hsia and her team created a heating pack from inexpensive materials that could provide warmth without electricity or grid power and was easy to recharge. They built a warming blanket that could be used specifically for preterm infants, which they ran through […]
Concentrate just featured Warmilu in an article about our upcoming clinical trials and commercialization. Read the full article Here!
A recent article in The Journal of Tropical Medicine and International Health entitled Innovative newborn health technology for resource-limited environments concluded that: “Many medical devices designed for newborns in the developing world are under development or in the early stages of production, but the vast majority of them are not available when and where they […]
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The Eastern Echo recently reported on a collaboration between the Warmilu team and students at Eastern Michigan University. The students collaborated to make a working infant warmer for infants at risk from hypothermia. Read the Full article Here!