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Smart Diapers test baby urine with app

Changing a baby’s diaper is both a necessity and chore, so seeing one innovative company decide to make use of this task that’s performed multiple times per day is good in our books. The video above this article will introduce you to Smart Diapers by Pixie Scientific, which actually test baby urine with the aid of an app.

Pixie Scientific quickly promote the fact that over 360 million diapers are changed on a daily basis, and considering baby urine can provide health information it has amazed them that it’s never been used like this before. This is where they saw a need and decided to fill it with a new product to help monitor your baby’s health better.

Once a day, you simply scan a wet Smart Diaper with the Pixie Scientific app. You can then receive notifications about your baby’s health directly to your smartphone or tablet.

What baby health problems can Smart Diapers detect? After you scanned the code on one of the Smart Diapers just put your phone back in your pocket, and let the app use algorithms to analyze the data. The first version of Smart Diapers can help reveal developing kidney problems, prolonged dehydration, urinary tract infection and more.

Visit Pixie Scientific for further information about Smart Diapers, or see their Indiegogo page that needs to raise another $215,000 over 55 days.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

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