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AIR SHIELDS DRAGER Infant Warmer For Sale and Wanted

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AIR SHIELDS DRAGER C2000 Infant Warmer For Sale

Air Shields C2000 Infant Warmer - For SALE The Air Shields C2000 Infant Incubator effectively provides the necessary environment for ill and premature newborn infants. It constantly monitors the... view more

February 26  
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AIR SHIELDS DRAGER 00 RW82VHA-1 Resuscitaire Infant Warmer For Sale

Item # 348058, 348056, 348059 Title: Air Shields Drager 00 RW82VHA-1 Resuscitaire Infant warmer Manufacturer: Air Shields Drager Model: 00 RW82VHA-1 Description: Resuscitaire Infant warmer ... view more

February 21

Asking Price:
$620 USD

Ali Rehman / Tekyard LLC
phone: +1 (952) 955-6373
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Infant Warmer

Infant warmer equipment is a type of medical equipment used to keep premature babies warm and healthy during treatment. The equipment typically consists of a heated bed or mattress, a temperature control system, and a monitoring system. The temperature control system helps to maintain a constant temperature for the infant, while the monitoring system provides data on the infant's temperature, heart rate, and other vital signs.

Infant warmer equipment is used to help reduce the risk of hypothermia and other complications in premature babies. It is also used to help keep the baby warm and comfortable during medical procedures. The price range for infant warmer equipment varies depending on the type and features of the equipment. Generally, the cost of a basic infant warmer can range from $500 to $3000, while more advanced models can cost up to $20,000.

There are a number of manufacturers that produce infant warmer equipment, including Medtronic, GE Healthcare, Philips, and Covidien. Each company offers a variety of models with different features and price points. It is important to research the different models and features to determine which one is best for the needs of the patient.