Re: I will have to buy a car one day
My wife has a modern car, it is like being in a fairground ride with sensors pinging and complaining distracting the driver from what matters.
So it is with the 'let's sell more junk squad'. If there is a medical problem use medical grade hardware and check the stuff to the nth degree, plus do it in a suitable location. If there is no medical issue, then remember, children have survived since before the cave people era without crap electronics. Safety proofing homes is another issue.
Note, medical places are very noisy, the wired sensors* are always falling off, they stick on but must be able to be removed without attached skin. The first few times you are there your insides want to join the outside world when the buzzers go off and the red lights burn. (You know some will die, but which ones and when?)
*Take care with the trailing wires, attendant tripping, infant strangulation and choking hazard for growing babies during unskilled user deployment.