Hospital Infant Radiant Warmer

Original price was: £6,500.00.Current price is: £4,500.00. ( £5,400.00 Inc. VAT )

Brand Name: Niche Healthcare
Model Number: NH-38292


Updated Functions:
1. Aluminium Magnesium Alloy
2. RS232 connnector
3. Two infusion inlet

1. Microprocessor based servo controlled temperature system
2. Two modes: Manual and automatic
3. Set temperature and skin temperature display separately
4. Anti-explosion micro crystal quartz for radiation source
5. Self – testing function, various failure alarms by audible and visual
6. Transparent protector can be folded down,with two infusion seals
7. RS232 connector

Quick Details
Brand Name: Niche Healthcare
Model Number: NH-38292
Power Source: Electric
Warranty: 1 Year, 12 months
After-sale Service: Online technical support
Material: Metal, Plastic
Shelf Life: 1 year
Quality Certification: CE
Instrument classification: Class I
Safety standard: GB/T 32610
Type: Infant Care Equipments
Certificates: ISO13485,CE
Power & Plug: As per your country
Structure: Safe, stable, durable
OEM service: available
Usage: Neonatal, SCBU, Paediatrics, Post-natal, Phlebotomy
Application: hospitals

Signs Your Baby Is Too Hot or Too Cold

Sweating and feeling hot to the touch can be signs of overheating. If your baby gets too cold, their skin may feel cool to the touch, or they may shiver. Pale skin, breathing difficulties, limpness, vomiting, feeding difficulties, irritability, and fatigue can all be signs of hypothermia.

To check your baby’s temperature, touch your baby’s chest or abdomen, as these areas can give you a more accurate reading. If the room temperature is at a comfortable temperature but your baby appears too hot or too cold, contact your paediatrician.

Some studies have found that a room temperature between 68- and 72-degrees Fahrenheit may be comfortable for babies. Other recommendations range between 61- and 68-degrees Fahrenheit.

4 Tips for looking after your little one at home
  • Drinking plenty of fluids. Make sure your baby gets plenty of fluids and be on the lookout for signs of dehydration. Whether they’re breastfed or bottle-fed, give them frequent regular feeds if they’ll accept them.
  • Provide food for weaned babies but don’t force them to eat if they don’t want to.
  • Keep a log of their temperature at regular intervals throughout the day and night so you can monitor whether they’re improving or not. Use a diary to track how they’re doing and provide your GP with the record if you need to.
  • Dress them normally. There’s no need to over or underdress your child when they have a fever. Cotton-based clothing is ideal as it will help their skin breathe easier.


Hypothermia Vs Hyperthermia

Hypothermia can happen when you start losing body heat faster than your body can produce it.  This can happen from a variety of different factors.  Being exposed to cold weather for long periods of time, being immersed in cold water for extended periods of time and having wet clothing in cool outdoor temperatures can all trigger hypothermia.

Hyperthermia is the opposite of hypothermia.  Hyperthermia happens when your core temperature rises too high.  Hyperthermia also happens gradually and starts with heat cramps and then progresses to heat exhaustion and eventually heat stroke if left untreated.

A hypothermic baby, especially if it is small or sick, is at increased risk of developing health problems and of dying. However, if heat loss is prevented, the new-born will stay warm and will have a much better chance of remaining healthy, or of surviving if it is already sick. In trying to keep babies warm, it is important to make sure they do not become overheated. the mechanism described may act in reverse and cause hyperthermia, i.e. a temperature above normal/ although less common, hyperthermia is as dangerous as hypothermia. 


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Additional information

Weight 70000 g
Dimensions 110 × 78 × 86 cm


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