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In the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the University of Connecticut Health Center, parents are allowed access to baby monitor cameras, called “Angel Eyes”, so that they can check in on their premature babies throughout the day. Family members are given peace of mind when reassured that their babies are safe in the unit. However, when a baby is taking a bath, or visiting a family member, their absence from the camera can cause great distress to those checking in. These “Angel Eyes” cards are designed to rest on the baby’s bed, in view of the baby’s camera, to update family members about the baby’s whereabouts.
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