Owlet: Not Just A Little Doodad

Owlet: Not Just A Little Doodad

I started putting the Owlet Smart Sock on my daughter, Sasha, after she was diagnosed with RSV. I noticed that she kept setting off red notifications on the Owlet when she was sleeping, so I called my doctor and he told me to bring her in immediately. 

Once at the doctor's office, they asked me to get Sasha to go back to sleep. Just like what was happening at home, her oxygen levels again fell low. My doctor’s words, “Wow, I was hoping your little doodad was wrong. Head on over to the children’s hospital and they will be expecting you.”

Sasha was placed on oxygen and we were able to slowly wean her off of it over four days as she recovered. There were no other signs that she was in distress when she was sleeping. She appeared to be resting peacefully, but she was probably so fatigued from all of the work she was doing to breathe.

I appreciate the Owlet and I'm so glad I was able to get my baby the help she needed.

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 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 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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