As a neonatal nurse, Sharon Rogone saw the need for basic, well-designed devices to help care for premature babies. Her first invention was the "Bili-Bonnet," a simple mask that shields a baby’s eyes from the bright lights used in phototherapy. The Bili-Bonnet launched her company, Small Beginnings, which specializes in products for preemies.
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