Neonatal Infant Care

No one feels good about blowing an IV,
Especially on small babies and children!

Clinicians agree that the most difficult patient for IV starts is the small neonatal patient. Their veins are so small and fragile that it is difficult to locate suitable veins in the extremities. Many times the only suitable site is the scalp. The new Neonatal Transilluminator is especially suitable for the neonatal patient. It is small enough to fit within the isolette and it has no hard to handle fiber-optic cords or stands to move around. The light emitted from the Neonatal Transilluminator is cool light so that it will not harm the babies. It is possible to transilluminate the arms or feet by placing the light beneath the extremity and observing the dark veins from the top. It is also useful for scalp veins, pneumothorax and hydrocephalus.

When you compare the effectiveness of the new Neonatal Transilluminator and the acquisition cost, you will agree that it is the best value on the market for transilluminators.

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