New Products: Gait trainer, portable office table, and RFID tags


Profiles of a portable table, a pediatric gait trainer, and a software program that uses RFID tags to track nursery infants.


A gait trainer for those learning to walk

For more information, please visit


A portable table, minus the legs

CND Products LLC has a solution: a portable table. It screws onto a standard IV pole or rail in a few seconds, and opens to a 12"-by-15" counterbalanced surface. And unlike hinged foldout tables, these can be easily disinfected, or even popped in a dishwasher.

For more information, please visit


Keep an eye on the little ones, virtually

The Hugs 6 software from Stanley Healthcare uses a series of RFID tags, one per infant, to track their position. For security purposes, each infant's location is mapped onto a hospital floorplan, and updated every 10 seconds. And for coordination purposes, there's a virtual whiteboard, with common tasks given specialized icons for ease of use. All records can be accessed via custom reports.

For more information, please contact

Related Videos
Carissa Baker-Smith
Perry Roy, MD
Perry Roy, MD | Image Credit: Carolina Attention Specialists
Angela Nash, PhD, APRN, CPNP-PC, PMHS | Image credit: UTHealth Houston
Allison Scott, DNP, CPNP-PC, IBCLC
Joanne M. Howard, MSN, MA, RN, CPNP-PC, PMHS & Anne Craig, MSN, RN, CPNP-PC
Juanita Mora, MD
Natasha Hoyte, MPH, CPNP-PC
Lauren Flagg
© 2024 MJH Life Sciences

All rights reserved.