Infant Radiant Warmer
I Core 10 represent Ibis Medical’s approach to providing solutions to baby warming. Simple, safe, highly effective and yet elegant packaged. Its highly advanced microprocessor coupled with a superior sensor helps in accurate temperature management. I Core 10 infant warmers have a simple, space saving design which optimizes NICUs, yet is feature rich and offers all necessary audio visual alarms and temperature setting options.
New born infants generally cannot regulate their temperature and hence require assistance in order to keep their body temperature to desired level.
I Core 10 series of Infant radiant warmer or baby warmer provide highly effective solutions to providing regulated heat to newborn babies. An advance servo micro processor mode provides up to date, well monitored warmth to the babies. Temperatures can be set and then the machine takes over and constantly provides the required heat output efficiently.
The control panel is laid out in an easy to view and easy to operate manner. All essential information including the temperature setting/set temperature, current baby skin temperature and heater output is provided in bright clear LED panels. Additionally, audio visual alarms are laid out sequentially, thus providing the healthcare provider with all required information at one glance. An additional APGAR timer is also integrated in the control panel to meet specific requirements.
The integrated bed support is well designed to provide easy access to the baby. Bed Tilting mechanism, collapsible side acrylic walls ensure that the baby can be easily treated and monitored.
I Core 10 range infant radiant warmer are well designed and tough enough to handle the day to day operations in NICUs. They can be easily integrated with phototherapy units to provide simultaneous treatment for jaundice in newborn babies.
We offer I Core 10 Infant Warmer(Baby Warmer) in several configurations to suit your preference and requirements.
* Assuming commercial rate of Rs. 7/- per electricity unit (kWh)
** American Academy of Pediatrics: Management of Hyperbilirubinemia in newborn infants 35 or more weeks of gestation. Pediatrics 2004: 297-316
|Alarms||Audio Visual Alarms
|Heater Power requirement||- 220-240V, 50/60 Hz|
|Examination Light||- 12V, 50W Halogen Lamp|
|Patient monitor stand|
|Provision for tray or drawer below the bed for keeping essential items|
|IV stand attached|
|Option for detachable / non detachable infant trolley|