CuddleCot on New Amsterdam TV show

The CuddleCot cooling cot was featured on the US TV show New Amsterdam.

Dealing with the death of a baby is an incredibly difficult event for families and bereaved families should be given the option of spending time with their baby. This is usually in the hospital maternity/ labour ward or hospice, but increasingly babies are also being allowed home.

Cooling the baby is absolutely essential. This is where the CuddleCot comes in. The CuddleCot cools to an ideal temperature for preserving baby without being too cold for the parents. In use in thousands of hospitals across the world, the CuddleCot allows the family to spend every moment with their baby, precious moments where every minute counts.

At Flexmort, we think it’s fantastic that stillborn babies and the options available to families are being spoken about on prime time TV.

Watch the extract from the New Amsterdam TV show:

Find out more about the CuddleCot Cooling Cot.

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