MaBim is a hospital neonatal cradle for a safe co-sleeping and the transport of the babies, also available for twins. It flanks each bed, surmounts the mattress and is easily detachable in an emergency. MaBim facilitates the practice of rooming-in: the rotating opening side allows mother to hold the baby in her arms without getting out of her bed and to be in direct contact face to face with him during co-sleeping, avoiding the risk of crushing or falling for the newborn. MaBim is an excellent solution for women who have had a long labor or a C-section.

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MaBim is a transparent baby cradle which favors the continuous monitoring of the infant. Useful holes in its sides and bottom facilitate the cleaning and the passage of cables of heated or phototherapy mattresses. MaBim has a variable height base equipped with wheels with double action brake for total locking. The MaBim and MaBim Twins cradles are Medical Devices with CE Declaration accessible to people in wheelchairs which can be equipped with a fireproof mattress Maby, a name plate, a storage shelf, a shelf for the Trendelenburg position and, if necessary, a transparent cover for transporting the baby.

For Twins

A Poetic Shape

The Rotating Side facilitates the Maternal Bonding and protects the Baby

Functional Holes

Transparency at 360°

Helpful for Mothers with Disability


Fondazione Monza Brianza per il Bambino e la sua Mamma

Ospedale Santa Chiara di Pisa

Sunshine Coast University Hospital

Ospedale di Carate Brianza

Ospedale Civile di Alessandria

Helpful Design

MaBim allows a real face-to-face contact between mother and baby: she takes him in her arms without getting out of her bed. MaBim approaches every bed, chair and wheel chair. It allows the continuous monitoring of the baby. Doctors can examine the newborn without moving him from the cradle.

Emotional Values

MaBim combines high performance with a poetic shape that recalls the wooden cradles of the past. It has not an hospital look. Its transparency allows to always see the baby and its rotating side, placed on the opposite side, underlines the exclusive relationship between mother and baby.

Its own story

Mitzi Bollani designed MaBim in 2014 on requests of some Italian hospitals. It has been the subject of the ESCCaPE Trial at the Sunshine Coast University Hospital in Australia and now it is well  known worldwide. MaBim is a Medical Device with CE Declaration.

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