INFANT-Guardian® is a breakthrough technology that finally addresses the human errors and mis-interpretation of fetal heart rate monitoring that has been identified in numerous maternity reviews and Confidential Enquiries over the past twenty years. INFANT-Guardian® brings expert Consultant oversight to every maternity bedside, every minute of the day and night, supporting clinicians to reduce the risk of poor outcomes and directly saving Hospitals considerable sums every year in litigation costs.  INFANT-Guardian® complies with the requirements of the NHS 'Saving Babies' Lives - A Care Bundle for Reducing Stillbirth'.

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INFANT-Guardian® Roadshows 2018

Following the success of last year’s INFANT-Guardian® roadshows, K2 are delighted to announce some further dates where you can see INFANT-Guardian® in operation, and find out more about how your Trust can reduce stillbirths, reduce poor birth outcomes and reduce financial burden. Contact us NOW to book a place at one of the following:

Monday 26th February University College London Hospitals
Tuesday 27th February Clinical Education Centre, Leicester Royal Infirmary
Thursday 1st March Manchester Meeting Place
Wednesday 7th March K2 Medical Systems, Plymouth

But don’t delay in booking your place as spaces are limited at each venue. To confirm your attendance, and guarantee your place, contact Looking forward to seeing you there!

In the Headlines

Barely a week passes without the press highlighting tragic statistics related to poor birth outcomes.  The below are just a handful of articles published in the last two months alone!  INFANT-Guardian® has the potential to change the headlines and radically transform maternity care.

BBC News We must do better on baby deaths and injuries - Hunt
The Times NHS culture must change to prevent deaths of babies
The Times Medical negligence payouts ‘unaffordable’
BBC News Reducing baby deaths and brain injuries during childbirth
The Times Newborn baby died after hospital monitored wrong heart rate
The Times Review exposes maternity hospital failures
The Times Midwives’ lack of heart monitor training ‘risks more baby deaths’

1. The Birthplace National Prospective Cohort Study: Perinatal and Maternal Outcomes by Planned Place of Birth. 2. The INFANT® Study