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GE Airborne 750i

GE Airborne 750i

Brand:   GE
Condition:   SellerRefubrished
The GE Airborne 750i Transport Incubator is designed so you can provide exceptional care to newborns during intra-hospital transport.
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GE Airborne 750i Features The GE Airborne 750i Transport Incubator is designed so you can provide exceptional care to newborns during intra-hospital transport. The compact design helps ensure baby’s comfort, and it can be equipped with everything you need to provide safe transport within the hospital, including an optional monitor and/or an airway management system. The Airborne 750i Transport Incubator also offers A compact design An extended battery life of up to 5 hours A double-wall hood that reduces heat loss while providing total access and high visibility Room for at least two (2) gas cylinders GE Airborne 750i Specifications GE Airborne 750i Standard Features Large double-wall infant chamber with 360˚ visibility Head access door Front access door 2 hand ports 5 accessory ports for IV/respiratory tubing Slide out intubation tray and mattress High-intensity exam light Extended life battery Skin temperature probe Large LED display Humidification reservoir IV pole 2 pairs of infant restraint straps 2 “D” or 2 “E” cylinder mounts Mobile cart with 2 storage shelves Large 5 inch casters with brakes 4 anti-vibration shock absorbers 4 medical grade A/C outlets Power cord wrap Alarms and Indicators Audio and Visual Alarms High air temperature Air temperature failure Air flow (heater temperature) failure System failure (component malfunction) AC failure Temp > 37˚C Visual Indicators Baby temp Air temp Set temp Battery condition status Battery recharging status Low battery AC power DC power (battery) DC power external Size and Weight Incubator and Cart 48.25” H (122.5 cm ) 24.0” W (61 cm) 50.0” L (127.0 cm) Weight 166.5 lbs (75.52 kg) Electrical AC Power 115 VAC 50-400Hz 230 VAC 50-400Hz Internal Battery 12VDC (24AH) sealed lead/acid gel type with automatic recharge External DC Power 12VDC Digitral Air Temperature Control Air temp control 17.0-38.9˚C (0.1˚ increments) Display resolution 0.1˚C

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General Information About Incubators What is an incubator? Used mainly to keep a baby’s core temperature stable at 37 degrees Celsius. Also humidifies the air Can add extra oxygen. Physiology Core temperature of the body needs to be kept at a constant temperature of 37 degrees Celsius If temperature goes too high or too low - organs can be damaged Premature babies have undeveloped nervous systems and also lack the energy to regulate their own temperature – need for an incubator Small babies can be given small amount of food for growing. Need for use of all of their energy for growth rather than wasting it on keeping warm - so sometimes incubator is used to help them grow faster Parameters Controlled Temperature Oxygen Humidity levels Indications of Use Prematurity Congenital feebleness - Infants of fair size are sometimes born weak and with poor resistance, shown by subnormal temperature, slight cyanosis, tendency to edema Edema - Premature infants are not seldom subject to a general edema, beginning at the feet. Incubator is the quickest way to relieve the condition Cyanosis, with or without edema, due to feeble circulation, is very common with small infants, and sometimes present with those at full term. Warm, moistened, oxygenated air of incubator does wonders in these cases Subnormal temperature After difficult operative deliveries, the baby is often in a condition of shock leading to asphyxia. Violent efforts to revive it should be limited to a minimum, and the infant placed as soon as possible in the incubator Working with an Incubator The temperature in the incubator is increased/decreased by a heater element below the mattress in the chamber Motor driven fan near the heater draws in fresh air through a filter and blows it past the heater, warming the air Air is directed up through slots into the area above the mattress and circulated around Air temperature is monitored by temperature sensors (Air Temperature Sensor) and is adjusted by controlling the current to the heater Incubator can also monitor the baby’s skin temperature by using a skin temperature probe (Patient Probe), which is stuck onto the skin User can either set the incubator to control the temperature of the air or to control the temperature of the baby’s skin (servo control mode) Supplementary oxygen can be taken in by an oxygen inlet connection where it is mixed with the fresh air through the filter Humidity can be increased by the use of water baths (passive humidification) or by dripping water on a heated element (active humidification) Baby is cared for through special access doors called arm ports. Types of Incubator Regular Incubators Where there is minimal mobility Used in hospitals Clinics Transport Incubators An advance infant health care equipment for the care of infant patients Typically include an incubator provided with a wheeled base which is equipped with life support and monitoring instrumentation, oxygen tanks and other emergency care supplies Used for moving ill or injured infants to hospital and have proven valuable in sustaining the lives of infants during transport Used in Ambulances, Air Planes etc. for transport of infant