Natus neoBLUE®

Phototherapy Blanket

Intensive Phototherapy in a soft & flexible design

The neoBLUE® blanket system is positioned underneath the baby to deliver phototherapy via a blue LED light source and fiberoptic blanket.

 

Proven to be the most effective degradation of bilirubin.

 

Meets AAP guidelines for intensive phototherapy

The neoBLUE® blanket system meets AAP Guidelines for intensive, efficacious phototherapy

 

Intensity:

Delivers intensive phototherapy: >30 µW/cm2/nm

 

Spectrum:

Utilizes blue light emitting diode (LED) technology.  The LED emits blue light in the 450 – 475 nm spectrum — matching the peak absorption wavelength (458 nm) at which bilirubin is broken down1

 

Surface Area Coverage:

Delivers phototherapy over a larger effective treatment area than other fiberoptic devices

 

Safe

  • The neoBLUE® LED does not emit light in the ultraviolet (UV) range — reducing the potential risk of skin damage

  • The neoBLUE® LED does not emit light in the infrared radiation (IR) range — reducing the potential risk of fluid loss

  • Device automatically shuts off in the event of light box overheating

  • Flashing indicator light alerts user to check for blocked air vents

 

Designed For Comfort and Support

  • Streamlined, oval design conforms to the shape of the baby

  • Large and small blanket sizes available

  • Mattress provides comfortable cushioning underneath the infant

  • Disposable mattress covers ensure clean, soft surface for baby

  • Blanket rolls or bumpers can be used as desired for added positioning and cushioning around the baby

  • A blanket can be used in conjunction with the neoBLUE® blanket for added warmth and comfort

  • Baby can be held or nursed without interrupting phototherapy, encouraging infant-parent bonding


Ideal For Use In The NICU, Well-Baby Nursery, or Mother’s Room

  • Portable and lightweight design allows transport to different locations

  • Blanket/pad fits easily within existing patient enclosures, such as cribs, bassinets, radiant warmers and incubators

 

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