Owlet Baby-Monitoring Sock Gets FDA Approval After Two-Year Hiatus

Owlet Baby-Monitoring Sock Gets FDA Approval After Two-Year Hiatus

Owlet, the renowned baby monitoring device company, has regained approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its latest product, BabySat. This medical-grade pulse-ox monitor is designed as a wireless “sock” for newborns and babies, providing accurate and vital health data. The clearance comes after the FDA previously ordered Owlet to cease selling its smart sock nearly 18 months ago.