8663 Hayden Place, 90232 Culver City, CA

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Messe Düsseldorf North America

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  • Hall 16 / E26-8
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  • 01  Electromedical equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.09  Hospital and Care equipment
  • 01.09.05  Neonatal care equipment

Neonatal care equipment

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Aug 30, 2016

Lifenest revolutionary low pressure mattress

Ubimed is a company based in Los Angeles, CA that is dedicated to engineering, manufacturing and distributing innovating medical products that aim at improving health and comfort around the world.

Most recently, Ubimed released the award-winning Lifenest sleep system and revolutionized the bedding industry.

Instead of adding unnecessary layers of foams and complexity in its mattress, Ubimed decided to take the path less traveled and got busy developing a low pressure and breathable mattress around the concept of a hammock. Associated with the breathable, waterproof and disposable sheets, Lifenest sleep system makes for the best sleeping environment for incubator, bassinet and crib alike.

The simplicity and elegance offered by the Lifenest, associated with unprecedented health benefits, pushed hundreds of hospitals worldwide to adopt it as part of their standard panel to make babies healthier and get them home sooner. As a low pressure mattress, Lifenest helps prevent deformational plagiocephaly, pressure sores, but also rebreathing and overheating. Lastly, it improves the outcome of phototherapy treatment. In Canada and in Europe, Lifenest is also registered with health authorities for SIDS prevention and Flat Head treatment.

Lifenest comes with disposable sheets, which help support the breathability of the mattress but also reduce the risk of Hospital Acquired Infections.

The health benefits offered by Lifenest do not stop at the hospital doors! Parents can place their babies on a Lifenest at home too (home crib and bassinets sizes available).

Ubimed is also launching a digital craniometer to help pediatricians diagnose Flat Head and track its evolution.

Visit our website ( or our booth to see how Ubimed can help your unit and patients.

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2005: Ubimed® was founded in Los Angeles by Doctor Jose Bensoussan, specializing in Ear, Nose and Throat who patented the first battery operated nasal aspirator for babies, that uses disposable nozzle pieces.

2007: Ubimed® launched in the US and Europe the Cleanoz® Nasal Aspirator for home use.

Cleanoz® is the only battery operated nasal aspirator for babies that uses disposable reservoir nozzle pieces, protecting the inside pump making Cleanoz® a sanitary solution for cleaning babies noses.

2008: Ubimed® has received the prestigious international ISO 13485 certification for its quality system.

2010: After 4 years of intensive research and development, Ubimed® introduced the LifeNest breathable sleeping system for babies (home use). This patented Sleeping system was specially designed by a Medical Doctor to prevent and treat Positional Plagiocephlay ( Flat Head syndrome) and help prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). 

2015: Answering to pediatricians and Neonatologist Nureses requests, Ubimed introduced the Lifenest Low pressure mattress and dispoable sheets for hospital incubators, bassinets and Cribs. 

2016: Ubimed is proud to introduce the breathable and low pressure Lifenest mattress for bassinets and Cribs to be used at home to prevent and treats Positional Plagiocephaly (Flat Head Syndrome) and a Digital Craniometer allowing pediatrican to diagnose Deformational Plagiocephaly. 

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10-49 Mio US $

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Area of business
  • Electromedical equipment / Medical Technology
  • Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology
  • Commodities and Consumer Good for Surgeries and Hospitals