The neoBLUE® blanket LED phototherapy system is designed to bring together clinicians, caregivers and parents. Providing the ability to offer newborns with jaundice the best start in life.
The next generation neoBLUE blanket turns jaundice management into easy routine care, offering immediate and intensive blue LED phototherapy in a variety of settings. Treatment can continue while breastfeeding and providing skin-to-skin contact while avoiding disruptions to the continuum of care. The neoBLUE blanket places families at the center of newborn care.
Safe by design
Safety always takes priority in newborn care. The neoBLUE blanket LED Phototherapy System ensures intensive yet safe LED phototherapy with reduced risk of skin damage and water loss.
Portable and lightweight, the neoBLUE blanket is ideal in the NICU, well-baby nurseries and the home environment, fitting into existing enclosures such as cribs, bassinets, radiant warmers and incubators. Used either as a stand-alone unit or in conjunction with neoBLUE overhead phototherapy systems, it provides flexibility for high intensity therapy when needed.1
Comfortable by design
The soft neoBLUE blanket pad is anatomical in shape and available in different sizes. With its comfortable mattress and long lightweight cable, it is designed for the newborn to be held during therapy, helping to promote mother-child bonding and overall newborn well-being.
Simple and safe to use outside the hospital environment, the neoBLUE blanket offers an effective and intensive form of LED phototherapy for home-based phototherapy programs, helping to avoid disruptions to the routines of family life.
Intensity: Delivers intensive phototherapy: > 30 μW/cm2 /nm
Spectrum: neoBLUE LED emits blue light in the 450-475 nm spectrum – matching the peak absorption wavelength (458 nm) at which bilirubin is broken down2
Surface area coverage: The blanket provides phototherapy over a large surface area
Resources and Support
Brochure, Flyers, Datasheet and more
Manuals and guides (eIFUs)
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1. Subcommittee on Hyperbilirubinemia. American Academy of Pediatrics clinical practice guideline: Management of hyperbilirubinemia in the newborn infant 35 or more weeks of gestation. Pediatrics. 2004; 114(1):297-316.
2. Vreman HJ, et al. Light-emitting diodes: a novel light source for phototherapy. Pediatric Research. 1998; 44(5):804-809.