Do you ever wonder how your child’s growth and development compares with the CDC growth chart for boys and girls 2-20? Most people like to get a general idea of how their child’s growth development stages compare with others to see if it is “normal” or “on track”. This can be especially valuable if there are health concerns or weight concerns. Well, there is a brand new portable ultrasound stadiometer called PUSH by InBody and it is a super easy to use digital height measuring device that gives you pinpoint accurate and immediate data on your child. You can then use their growth development stages App called PUSH: Growth Diary (for iOS & Android) to look at your child’s development in comparison to CDC growth charts. This post is sponsored by InBody but all opinions are my own.
PUSH Portable Ultrasound Stadiometer: Accurate Digital Height Measuring Device
The PUSH portable ultrasound stadiometer accurately measures an individual’s height using an ultrasound sensor. This digital height measuring device is easy and fun to use. I measured both of my kids and my husband and he measured my height too. It just takes a couple of seconds and you get an accurate digital read out on your height. The measuring range is 1′ 8″ – 6′ 7″ which covers pretty much everyone I know.
The portable ultrasound stadiometer has a sleek triangular design that fits in one hand. You just hold it level over the person’s head with the excess of the bar over the person’s back or front and push the button. The ultrasound waves then report the accurate height.
Bonus: The PUSH device also displays temperature and humidity in the surrounding environment. Having the ideal humidity level of 45 percent has been shown to beneficial to creating a healthy environment.
The Growth Development Stages App- PUSH: Growth Diary (iOS & Android)
Here is the super cool part. You can use the accurate digital info from the PUSH portable ultrasound stadiometer in conjunction with the PUSH: Growth Diary app to show all your child’s growth milestones placed on the CDC growth chart and get an idea of where your child’s growth and development fall.
I just download the free PUSH: Growth Diary app and I added my children into the app. Then the app took my PUSH digital height data and combined it with the sex and weight I entered for each child and showed their child growth development stages chart. It also expressed in words below the chart exactly how my son’s development compares to the CDC growth chart for boys 2-20 and how my daughter’s development compares to the CDC growth charts for girls 2-20.
The coolest thing is that not only does the PUSH app show a standard growth curves chart to compare your child’s present data, it also stores previous and future data to so that you have an accurate record and you don’t have to worry about writing it down anywhere. You can refer to your growth report and chart any time.
You can even add a photo to each date so that you can have a photo reference of growth too. For me that would be an especially useful way of tracking a skin condition my son has visually over time.
Where To Buy PUSH Portable Ultrasound Stadiometer:
You can learn more about PUSH at inbody.com or order through my affiliate link at amazon.com
So what do you think of the PUSH portable ultrasound stadiometer? It is such a useful and easy to use digital height measuring device and I love that it works in conjunction with the PUSH app to create a record of your child’s growth development stages. Do you think you wold be interested in having this nifty device?
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