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Phototherapy Unit (Blue Light)

₵ 8,000
Created on: December 8, 2022

Tag Itela Medical Ltd
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General specifications at a glance  it is a very effective way to treat neonatal jaundice the exposure of specific wavelengths of light helps breakdown bilirubin levels these particular units are compact, light in weight thus very mobile and are sturdy as well. Phototherapy unit. phototherapy is considered to be the most effective means of treating neonatal jaundice. Exposure of specific wavelengths of light helps in breakdown of bilirubin levels. These phototherapy units are compact, mobile, light in weight and sturdy. Order yours directly from the retailer now! Equal light distribution. High intensity Quiet, no noise of fan. Five blue fluorescent lights The angle of head and height are adjustable Steel support pole, four castors with brake. Integral time record therapy time Specification of Neonate Phototherapy Unit Power Supply:AC110V~220V 60/50Hz Power input:120VA Radiant Wavelength:400nm~550nm Total Irradiance for bilirubin:1300µ W/cm2 Height Adjust Range:1300~1600mm Pitching angle of phototherapy head:-90o~+90o Time Accurancy:1min/12h Integral time range:0h~9999h59min operating Condition of Neonate Phototherapy Unit : Temperature:18°C~30°C Relative Humidity:10%~85%RH Atmospheric pressure:700hpa~1060hpa Transport and storage of Neonate Phototherapy Unit : Ambient temperature:-10°C~+55°C Relative humidity:≤95% Atmospheric pressure:500hpa~1060hpa Buy from Tag Itela Medical Limited today and Have Your Orders Delivered Freely at Your Door Step. “Make Payment on Delivery” Thank You.



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