NFANT™ Technology makes a normal pacifier or bottle a SMART pacifier or bottle and measures an infant's tongue strength and coordination during feeding. Trying to feed an infant when they have a weak tongue or poor coordination can introduce serious complications such as apnea (stopped breathing), aspiration (fluid in the lungs) and bradycardia (slowed heart). This increases stress and delays discharge for premature infants from the Neonatal ICU. Unfortunately, 40 to 70% of all preterm infants experience feeding caused delays ranging from 2 to 45 days at a cost of $2,000 to $6,000 per day. The recently patented NFANT™ Technology will offer a simple solution to screen, diagnose and treat infant swallowing disorders.