HBYG-I/II Hospital Medical Newborn Bilirubin Phototherapy Equipment

Phototherapy is treatment with a special type of light (not sunlight). It’s sometimes used to treat newborn jaundice by lowering the bilirubin levels in your baby’s blood through a process called photo-oxidation. Photo-oxidation adds oxygen to the bilirubin so it dissolves easily in water.

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Brief Introduction:
Can be fixed on the top of incubator by the bottom sucker
Used for neonate hyperbilirubinemia treatment;
With three blue fluorescent lamps (YG-I);
With LED blue light (YG-II).
Power requirement: AC220V-230V/50Hz or AC110-120V/50-60Hz, 100VA (HBYG-I)
AC220V-230V/50Hz or AC110-120V/50-60Hz, 50VA (HBYG-II)
The total irradiance for bilirubin on the effective surface area:
0.55mW/cm2 (HBYG-I)
1.0mW/cm2 (HBYG-II)
Average value general bilirubin radiation of on the effective surface area:
0.45mW/cm2 (HBYG-I)
0.8mW/cm2 (HBYG-II)
Uniformity of the total irradiance for bilirubin: >0.4
Dominant wavelength of blue light: 400-550nm
Product Packaging:
Package: each unit is packed into one carton
Dimension: 646mmx285mmx270mm
Gross Weight: 5Kg

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