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At the crib a camera sees and hears the baby's breath
patterns. Software notes any SIDS correlated breathing
pattern such as cessation of breathing.
Then the technology makes acoustically loud blips
restarting breathing from the baby's startle response. A
mechanical crib shaker shakes the
crib. I have no idea if
it would contribute but a series of bright photoflash
lights sufficient to wake up a baby could contribute as
It is possible to administer anti-SIDS drugs to the baby
A transdermal drug delivery solution such as DMSO with
adrenaline is simply sprayed out of a nozzle onto any
areas of the baby's skin the camera can see, There are
much better transdermal drug
velocitizers than DMSO, but DMSO is one.
liposomes wouldn't get past the baby's skin at a not-
breathing 1 minute window.
[beanangel, Apr 29 2021]
||//A transdermal drug delivery solution such as DMSO with
adrenaline is simply sprayed out of a nozzle onto the
||I often autobun your ideas for creativity alone,
this bears some looking into. That being said, as a parent
looking at your line above, I'd suggest you get a good
advertising agency to write some better copy for your
||Might not want to call it "the baby's surface" for starters.
||Generally babies are well-clothed when in bed, so the spray
will need to be directed towards the face. Including the
eyes, which will be nice and wide open from the
"shake'n'wake" protocol. Not so good...
||[doctorremulac] thanks for your suggestion to humanize
human. I rewrote it a little.
||[a1] wikipedia [link] says that people (babies) with a
compensation allele have higher SIDS survival. Anything
that causes the lungs to start moving again automatically
a possible anti-SIDS drug as the wikipedia thing makes me
think it is hypoxia that causes SIDS. The internet says
adrenaline and norepinepherine increase respiration.
||Halogenating drugs often makes them 10-100 times more
potent so Chloroadrenaline or Fluoronorepinepherine
could reach the baby to restart breathing even at a very
low transdermal dose
||IMO a lot of SIDS cases are, sadly, really murder.
||Sleep with the baby, then it doesn't happen. Then the
baby grows up, has a baby and doesn't sleep with her and it
still doesn't happen so I don't know. Maybe we're just
||No, that's called "lying in the same bed wide awake
while the baby sleeps." Causes other issues.
||Maybe the onsie could be integrated into the
medical delivery solution.