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The Role Owlet Has Played In Our Lives

The Role Owlet Has Played In Our Lives

Our son Logan was born with no apparent health issues. We started using the Owlet on our first night home from the hospital to ease our worry. At two weeks old, we put the Owlet on Logan and were instantly given a red notification for a high heart rate of 270-300 bpm. We decided to remove the monitor and try again, but each time, we received the red notification. We then put our hand on our son's chest, and we could feel how fast it was beating. We took him to our local ER where he was hooked up to a heart rate monitor which confirmed the Owlet's reading of a 270-300 bpm. After testing and monitoring, Logan was given medication and his heart rate returned within normal range. Logan was officially diagnosed with SVT (Supraventricular tachycardia).

Currently, at 16 months of age, Logan continues to take medication and has routine follow-ups with his cardiologist. We are fortunate that he has not had another episode of SVT since his initial diagnosis at two weeks old.

We use the Owlet every night and will not go anywhere without it. We recommend the Owlet to all of our friends and family, and we are truly grateful for the role the Owlet has played in our lives. Currently, we are expecting again and we have plans to use the Owlet everyday with our next child.

These stories are from users of the Smart Sock and are based on their actual experiences. As you read these stories, we want to remind you that the Smart Sock 2 is not a medical device. It is not intended for use as a medical device or to replace a medical device. It does not and is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, alleviate or prevent any disease or health condition or investigate, replace or modify any physiological process. The Smart Sock 2 is only intended to assist you in tracking your baby’s well-being not to replace you as a caregiver. You are responsible for the health and well-being of your baby and following safe sleep, health, and care guidelines.

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