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Airborne infant incubators are specialized medical equipment used to keep premature and/or critically ill infants warm and safe. The incubators are designed to maintain a stable temperature, humidity, and oxygen levels to ensure the infant’s health and safety. The incubators are typically made of a transparent material, such as acrylic or polycarbonate, and have a temperature control system, oxygen supply, and a humidifier. They also usually have a built-in alarm system to alert medical personnel if the temperature or oxygen levels become too low.
The cost of an airborne infant incubator can vary depending on the manufacturer and the features included. Generally, these incubators can range from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars. Some of the leading manufacturers of airborne infant incubators include Medtronic, GE Healthcare, Philips, and Dräger. These companies offer a variety of models, from basic models to more advanced models with additional features. All of these companies offer high-quality products that are designed to provide the best care for the infant.