TAG-NRP System

Neonatal Resuscitation is intervention after a baby is born to help it breathe and to help its heart beat.

  • Before a baby is born, the placenta provides oxygen and nutrition to the blood and removes carbon dioxide.
  • After a baby is born, the lungs provide oxygen to the blood and remove carbon dioxide.
  • The transition from using the placenta to using the lungs for gas exchange begins when the umbilical cord is clamped or tied off, and the baby has its first breath.
  • Many babies go through this transition without needing intervention.
  • Some babies need help with establishing their air flow, breathing, or circulation.
  • Resuscitation is helping with Airway, Breathing, and Circulation, also known as the ABCs.

The first few moments of a newborn's life can be the most critical. If needed, effective emergency care during this transition can prevent lifelong consequences. Proper resuscitation requires essential equipment and knowledge of necessary protocols before delivery. Prior knowledge of the gestational age of the newborn is helpful in anticipating the need for resuscitation. Low birth weight and premature delivery predispose infants to the need for resuscitative efforts.

Embedded Creation got the lifetime opportunity to develop a lifesaving tool which can be of great help to all those who assist in child birth. The TAG-NRP app is designed to guide the attendant in labour room to take appropriate steps and save a precious life in first few minutes just after the birth.


1. Dr. Satish Deopujari has presented the TAG-NRP system in a global conference of pediatricians in Singapore.
2.The TAG-NRP system was also presented to many leading pediatricians, hospitals and research centers for testing its performance.