1.5 million infants die from hypothermia, which increases risks of respiratory compromise, hypoglycemia, late onset sepsis, intraventricular hemorrhage, and death. Warmilu's nonelectric warming pack, the InstaWarmer, has a US-patented phase change materials composition. The pack generates long-lasting, reusable instant warmth with the click of a disk. The InstaWarmer in the IncuBlanket keeps… · More infants warm for 5-8 hours. Warmilu's clinical trials in Bangalore, India at the Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences Teaching Hospital thermoregulated the body temperature for 20 infants. We demoed the IncuBlanket & InstaWarmer pre-launch to 80 Kenyan Ministry of Health officials, nonprofits, and hospitals and cleared FDA and Kenya Pharmacy and Poisons Board before selling IncuBlankets and InstaWarmers ($100-$125) to medical device distributors. All InstaWarmers & IncuBlankets made in the US in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 2017 Stats: Total investment-$220k, total sales-$110k
November 2017—Crain's Detroit covers Warmilu's startup growth.
Press regarding Warmilu including some of our latest updates. Warmilu braves startup growing pains. The Ann Arbor company, which started as a UM class… · More project to produce nonelectric warming blankets, has survived mainly off grants but recently scored its first big deal.
Warmilu is a non-electric warming technology startup spreading warmth to save lives. We started Warmilu as a group of materials science engineers determined… · More to build nonelectric, phase-change material based instant warming packs.
November 2016—Testimonials for the IncuBlanket and InstaWarmer packs.
Warmilu, a nonelectric warming technology medical device company, had the chance to be on the ground with our partner Relief for Africa Foundation in Nairobi… · More Kenya. We had the opportunity to show some key thought leaders the Warmilu IncuBlanket, an alternative infant warming blanket, and check out this video to see what they said!
January 2016—Non-electric, clinically-validated infant incubator blanket
The Warmilu IncuBlanket kit is a safe, non-electric, and reusable. This kit consists of a blanket which has been specially designed to accommodate an infant.… · More This blanket provides infant instant warmth at the press of a disk in the pack to assist in maintaining an infant's body temperature between 97.5 to 99.5 degrees F (36.4 - 37.5 degrees C) by using a US-patented Warmilu InstaWarmer pack which is laid in the back zipper pocket. The interior temperature of the IncuBlanket will not exceed 39 degrees C. The clinical trials were conducted in Bangalore India by CNN-award winning innovator Dr. Ranjan Pejaver. The IncuBlanket kept preterm infants warm between 36.4-37.5 degrees C for 5 or more hours and successfully prevented hypothermia. The trial infants had no cases of overheating, skin rashes, hypothermia, hyperthermia, or erythema of significance noticed during or immediately after the study period. Designed, patented, and manufactured by Warmilu right here in the US for saving lives globally! Designed by Warmilu because CEO, Grace Hsia, was born preterm and wished to use her materials science engineering background to save lives of other preterm infants born globally. Over 1 million infants die from hypothermia related causes, most of which are preventable. Warmilu is spreading warmth to save infant lives.
Specification for Preterm IncuBlanket and Newborn IncuBlanket