New & Used Phototherapy Unit

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Device: Phototherapy Unit
Manufacturer: Photo Therapeutics Inc
Model: Aesthera PPX
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Location: United States, Michigan
Rating: 100%
Negotiable
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2006

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Device: Phototherapy Unit
Manufacturer: Olympic Medical
Model: MINI BILI-LITE 77
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
125
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Device: Phototherapy Unit
Manufacturer: Ohmeda (GE Healthcare)
Model: BiliBlanket
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
557
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Device: Phototherapy Unit
Manufacturer: Datex-Ohmeda GE Healthcare
Model: 6600-0104-900
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
355
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Device: Phototherapy Unit
Manufacturer: Olympic Medical
Model: Mini Billi-Lite 51477
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
255
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Device: Phototherapy Unit
Manufacturer: Olympic Medical
Model: Mini Billi-Lite 51477
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
225
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Device: Phototherapy Unit
Manufacturer: Hill-Rom
Model: P7916
Location: United States, Texas
250
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Device: Phototherapy Unit
Manufacturer: Mela
Model: Diatron 3000
Location: Poland, Wielkopolskie
Negotiable
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Device: Phototherapy Unit
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: Photo-Therapie 800
Location: Poland, Wielkopolskie
Negotiable
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Device: Phototherapy Unit
Manufacturer: Respironics
Model: WALLABY 3
Location: United States, Illinois
450
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Device: Microdermabrader
Manufacturer: Edge Systems
Model: Delphia Del Sol Plus
Location: United States, Virginia
1,500
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Device: Phototherapy Unit
Manufacturer: Ohmeda (GE Healthcare)
Model: BiliBlanket
Location: Mexico, Puebla
1,055
2004
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The model & manufacturer of the marked items have changed due to an acquisition between companies, and are also known as:
Current Manufacturer / Model Name Alternative Manufacturer / Model Name
Draeger / Photo-Therapie 800 Heraeus / Photo-Therapie 800

Phototherapy Unit may also be referred to as :

Phototherapy Unit, Visible Light, Hyperbilirubinemia | Phototherapy Unit, Neonatal | Phototerapy Light | Phototherapy Blanket, Fiberoptic | Phototerapy Lamp | Light, Bilirubin | Lamp, Bilirubin | Hyperbilirubinonemia Photo Therapy Unit | Hyperbilirubinonemia Lights | Fiberoptic Phototherapy Blanket | Bilirubin Lamp | Phototherapy Unit, Hyperbilirubinemia
 

Tips for buying Phototherapy Unit

  1. Buyers of phototherapy units need to decide which technology they wish to use. Two options are available for them: overhead lamps or fiber optic systems.
  2. Facilities should keep in mind that the irradiance levels provided by phototherapy unit manufacturers depend on the type and combination of light sources, the radiometer used, and the method of measurement. Without knowing these variables, the irradiance levels listed in the chart specifications cannot be compared. Radiometer readings depend on the unique characteristics of the specific models of phototherapy unit lamps and radiometer.
  3. The phototherapy unit should have multidirectional angle-adjustment capabilities of at least 30°;
  4. To change the light intensity, the phototherapy unit should be able to either adjust the light or the phototherapy unit's proximity to the neonate.
  5. Phototherapy pads should provide average spectral irradiance levels in the suggested therapeutic range of 4-40 µW/cm2/nm in the bandwidth of 420-480 nm. Ultraviolet levels radiated by phototherapy systems should not exceed a maximum irradiance of 1,000 µW/cm2 for UVA radiation or a maximum effective radiance of 0.1 µW/cm2 for UVB radiation.
  6. The irradiance should produce minimal increases in an infant's body temperature, the hyperbilirubinonemia phototherapy unit should include shielding for the infant in the event that the light bulb breaks or bursts.
  7. To avoid the risk of burning an operator, the phototherapy unit’s light source housing should not become excessively hot. Thermal protection should prevent damage to components in the event of excessive heating and should remain thermally safe if the cooling vents become blocked.
  8. For years, facilities have been using conventional overhead lamps for phototherapy treatment. These devices are most useful when intensive phototherapy is needed, because they irradiate a large skin surface area and can be positioned close to the infant, providing high average spectral power levels.
  9. When patient access and space are critical, fiberoptic phototherapy blanket systems are most useful, even though they cannot provide power levels high enough for intensive therapy. They are also useful when double phototherapy is needed. The use of a fiber optic pad together with an overhead lamp is more practical than using two overhead lamps because a fiberoptic phototherapy blanket under an infant allows better access to the infant than a second bilirubin lamp does.
  10. Both methods are comparable in the intermediate care nursery, because space and access to the infant are not critical there, and intense irradiance levels are not usually needed.
  11. Fiber optic systems diminish the need for eye patching and thermoregulation of the infant and provide the psychological advantage of not interfering with parent-infant contact.
  12. Fiberoptic systems are easy to set up, move, and use. They eliminate the exposure of caregivers to blue light, which can cause discomfort. Parents may accept the use of fiberoptic phototherapy blankets more easily than they would overhead bilirubin lamps.
  13. Some lamp manufacturers offer a radiometer intended for use with their bilirubin lamp model.
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