THE FIRST YEAR OF LIFE IS CRITICAL
Clinicians are missing real-time objective parameters of infant feeding.
Proper feeding and nutrition are essential for growth cognitive and psychological health.
When infants struggle with feeding, it can be extremely stressful for parents and there are limited tools available to them to help manage feeding difficulties in their baby.
This first year has taken a huge emotional and physical toll on me.
Mother to a preemie with feeding difficulties
Too many infants struggle with feeding difficulties
of all infants
Sipple is the solution
Sipple fits all majorly available baby bottles and our unique set of sensors seamlessly measures and tracks the baby’s feeding performance.
Feeding Guidance for Parents
Sipple app automatically connects to the device via Bluetooth, analyzes the data, and provides parents with real-time guidance to improve their baby’s feeding skills.
Additionally, it conveniently tracks an infant’s intake, so no longer does a parent need to write down 10 feeds a day!
Objective Metrics for Clinicians
Sipple makes telehealth visits easier by providing clinicians with objective data.
Our Unique Benefits
Automatic milk intake tracking
Remote monitoring & control for Telehealth
Real-time feeding guidance
6 years in Product Development and Design for Production in Food, Medical Device and Pharma domains
4 years of leading projects in FDA-regulated environment
MBA, Tel Aviv University, NYU Stern School of Business
Mechanical Engineering, Technion
Mother of 2
Medical Director of Neurodevelopmental Pediatrics, Assistant clinical professor in Pediatrics & Behavioral Pediatrics (Clinical focus: Prematurity), Mount Sinai
High-risk NICU follow-up clinic supervisor, Mount Sinai
MS in Biomedical Informatics, NYU
Dr. Caroline Martinez, MD
Marketing and Branding Advisor and Mentor. Managing Partner at BlindSpot Partners
NYU Stern Associate Faculty
Mandi Pek, MS, RD, CDN
Advanced Clinical Nutrition Coordinator with a focus on Pediatric Nutrition.
Associate Professor of Pediatrics with research interests in optimizing neonatal outcomes through NICU follow-up and early intervention.
Dr. Neina Ferguson
Speech-Language Pathologist and Pediatric Feeding/Swallowing Specialist