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Olidef Industria e Comércio de Aparellas Hospitalares Ltd.

Olidef Industria e Comércio de Aparellas Hospitalares Ltd. Logo
Location: Brazil
Business Type: Supplier
Olidef cz A Brazilian company that manufactures incubators, infant warmers, phototerapies, aspirators and compressors more almost 40 years.
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Gigante Recem Nascido Ltda

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Location: Sao Paulo, Brazil
Business Type: Supplier
GIGANTE MEDICAL PRODUCTS is a young and dynamic Company from the brasilian electro-medical sector. Created and administrated by young executives, GIGANTE is capable to research, design and develop its own technology on the production, distribution an...
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Infant Incubator Description:


In the MedWOW’s catalog, Infant Incubator is described as follows:
Infant and newborn incubators.
The above ads list companies that sell and / or service Infant Incubator.

Infant Incubator may also be referred to as:


Bed, Infant | Incubator, Infant, Mobile/Transport | Infant Warmer

Infant Incubator can be found under the following headings:


Emergency Medicine | Gynecology & Obstetrics | Nursing Services | Pediatrics & Neonatal

Tips for buying Infant Incubator


  • Preventive maintenance at regular intervals is provided within a service contract, which facilities can purchase to eliminate the possibility of unexpected maintenance costs. Many suppliers extend system performance and uptime guarantees beyond the length of the warranty only for systems covered by a service contract. Facilities should carefully consider this issue and keep in mind that some third-party organization can offer service as well.
  • Once the unit is removed from line power, it should automatically switch to battery power; Facilities should make sure there is space for storing the oxygen cylinder and an adequate mechanism for securing the cylinder.
  • Units that are designed for transport should provide thermal support for infants during transport within and between hospitals even during adverse weather conditions. When operating on internal batteries, units should maintain air temperature for at least 2 hours.
  • Each incubator must have 2 hand ports, 6 tubing ports, and 1 oxygen inlet port. Internal noise should be less than 60 dB. The casters on the incubators should be conductive and swivel and at least 12.7 cm in diameter; at least two of them must have locks.
  • Alarms should sound in the following events: high air temperature, low air temperature, high skin temperature, low skin temperature, fan failure, sensor failure, and power failure. A backup thermostat should be available, and shielding if a light bulb breaks or bursts. Units that are battery-powered should have clear indicators for battery power level and for the need to recharge or replace the battery. Recharging a battery after depletion should not require more than 16 hours.
  • The temperature range should be 35
  • The temperature range of the incubator in the manual mode should be at least 23
  • These units circulate heated air over the skin to provide a closed, controlled environment that warms an infant.