What is Baby Tagging?
Essential in the modern day hospital, electronic baby tagging systems are used by maternity wards around the world to protect vulnerable new-borns from the risk of abduction.
Although abduction attempts are rare, they are on the rise and occur due to a number of reasons including drug and alcohol abuse, psychological disorders, custodial issues and ransom endeavours.
The physical and emotional implications a successful abduction can have on families and midwives are substantial and the negative public publicity that evolves as a result can cause irreversible damage to the hospital’s image and reputation, making abduction prevention a key priority for NHS trusts and hospitals worldwide.
Our baby tagging systems are used to protect thousands of new-born babies across the world, every day.
If you haven't already, I suggest you watch our video above! It explains the entire Xtag Medical process for hospital maternity wards.
Safeguarding over 300,000 new-borns in over 60 NHS trusts annually, our baby tagging security systems are the UK's primary abduction prevention solution. They're prioritised for their affordability, ease of use and long-term reliability in fast-paced postnatal environments.
XTM6™ Baby Tagging is an abduction prevention system that watches over new-borns 24/7 - using the industry’s most advanced patient protection technology. They are recommended by external regulators and healthcare associations as they form part of an effective safeguarding policy.
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