Tap4Life

Our story

The Tap4Life project started as part research project in Uganda involving Makerere University in Kampala, The Center for International Health in Uganda and the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm. A Laerdal Global Health grant supported a study on neonatal resuscitation. The lack of reliable monitoring equipment for babies in the delivery room lead to the development of an android software for point-of-care data registration and monitoring. Dr. Nicolas Pejovic and software developer Michael Vaganov build the first NeoTap prototyp, a unique system for improving neonatal resuscitation. The system evolved into Tap4Life, a fully integrated m-health platform for both low and high income settings.