Which of these newborns are the most likely to have the most complicated journey to hospital?

RTE has put together this handy chart to help you understand the health risks of baby jumps and the likelihood of you or your baby developing a medical problem.

It also outlines which babies have the highest risk of complications, which babies can be monitored, and which babies should be checked out.

If you’re in a more vulnerable group, such as a newborn who is very premature, there is a great chance you’ll want to check out the charts and charts can be a great resource.

If you have any questions about any of these charts or if you’re unsure about how to best manage your baby’s health, please do not hesitate to call us on 0844 757 7800.

You can also check out our baby jumper page for a quick reference.