Existing protocols for feeding babies in intensive care are laborious, with nurses required to stand next to the baby and wait significant amounts of time for liquid food to drain into the infant’s stomach via syringe at gravity pressure. New parents of infants also suffer under the current method, as the nurses immediate presence does not allow for the parents to participate in the critical feeding process nor allows for the intimacy between parent and child that benefits the child’s development.

Jessica, Max and Grant are developing the Eazi Feed™ a safe and convenient tool to support nurses to feed babies in a fraction of the time, without the risk of injury.