New & Used Infant Incubator

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Device: Infant Incubator
Manufacturer: Air Shields
Model: C-86 Isolette
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
380
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Device: Infant Incubator
Manufacturer: HE
Model: ESI/02
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Location: Nigeria, Lagos
2,000
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2014

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Device: Infant Incubator
Manufacturer: Air Shields
Model: Isolette C550F-2
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
1,908
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Device: Infant Incubator
Manufacturer: Ohmeda (GE Healthcare)
Model: Giraffe Incubator
Location: Poland, Lubelskie
1,512
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Device: Infant Incubator
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: ITI 5400 & Babylog 2000
Location: United Kingdom, London
2,052
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2002

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Device: Infant Incubator
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: Incubator 8000 IC
Location: Poland, Wielkopolskie
Negotiable
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Device: Infant Incubator
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: Incubator 8000 SC
Location: Poland, Wielkopolskie
Negotiable
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Device: Infant Incubator
Manufacturer: Ohmeda (GE Healthcare)
Model: Ohio Air Vac
Location: Brazil, Rio de Janeiro
20,000
2012

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Device: Infant Incubator
Manufacturer: Ohmeda (GE Healthcare)
Model: Care Plus 4000
Location: United States, Virginia
3,489
2005

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Device: Infant Incubator
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: C2000 Isolette
Location: Mexico, Distrito Federal
2,382
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2000

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Device: Infant Incubator
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: Incubator 8000 SC
Location: Germany, Hamburg
702
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Infant Incubator may also be referred to as :

Infant Warmer | | Incubator, Infant, Mobile/Transport | Bed, Infant
 

Tips for buying Infant Incubator

  1. These units circulate heated air over the skin to provide a closed, controlled environment that warms an infant.
  2. The temperature range of the incubator in the manual mode should be at least 23°C and should not exceed 37°C. This can be overridden, up to 39°C, by a special action of the operator. There must be an alarm every 15 seconds, with an automatic heater shutoff if the alarm does not reset within 3-5 minutes.
  3. The temperature range should be 35°C or less to 37°C or more in the servo-controlled mode. The unit should display measurements and adjustments in increments of 0.1°C. The skin temperature monitoring should be displayed in 0.1°C increments.
  4. Alarms should sound in the following events: high air temperature, low air temperature, high skin temperature, low skin temperature, fan failure, sensor failure, and power failure. A backup thermostat should be available, and shielding if a light bulb breaks or bursts.
  5. Units that are battery-powered should have clear indicators for battery power level and for the need to recharge or replace the battery. Recharging a battery after depletion should not require more than 16 hours.
  6. Each incubator must have 2 hand ports, 6 tubing ports, and 1 oxygen inlet port. Internal noise should be less than 60 dB. The casters on the incubators should be conductive and swivel and at least 12.7 cm in diameter; at least two of them must have locks.
  7. Units that are designed for transport should provide thermal support for infants during transport within and between hospitals even during adverse weather conditions. When operating on internal batteries, units should maintain air temperature for at least 2 hours.
  8. Once the unit is removed from line power, it should automatically switch to battery power; Facilities should make sure there is space for storing the oxygen cylinder and an adequate mechanism for securing the cylinder.
  9. Preventive maintenance at regular intervals is provided within a service contract, which facilities can purchase to eliminate the possibility of unexpected maintenance costs. Many suppliers extend system performance and uptime guarantees beyond the length of the warranty only for systems covered by a service contract. Facilities should carefully consider this issue and keep in mind that some third-party organization can offer service as well.
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