The neoBLUE® compact LED Phototherapy System provides the right light in the right configuration that you’re looking for. The sleek designed system can be used independently or attached without tools to a pole mount, the compact size of this system provides the needed surface area coverage when exposing a newborn’s skin during LED therapy.
Select the feature that’s right for your young patient. The clinician can move between the blue treatment light and white exam light. When required, the compact system can easily be moved out of the way while attending to the newborn. Two intensity settings accommodate different treatment needs at the touch of a button. Track the total number of treatment hours per patient directly on the system.
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Safe by design
Safety always takes priority in newborn care. The neoBLUE compact LED Phototherapy System ensures intensive yet safe LED phototherapy with reduced risk of skin damage and water loss.
Flexible by design
Use in multiple configurations during both phototherapy sessions and examinations. This space-efficient solution adds efficiency and functionality in a small, compact system.
Smart by design
The arm rotating joints and gooseneck shape provides multiple adjustment with drift-free positioning. Clinicians can easily attach and remove the light and arm at the bedside without the use of tools. Use for newborns in a bassinet, open bed, incubator or radiant warmer.
Intensity: Features two intensity settings to switch between standard (15 µW/cm²/nm) and intensive (35 µW/cm²/nm) phototherapy
Spectrum: neoBLUE LED emits blue light in the 450-470 nm spectrum – matching the peak absorption wavelength (458 nm) at which bilirubin is broken down2
Surface area coverage: Exposes a large amount of the newborn’s skin to treatment
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LED Phototherapy System
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1: Vreman HJ, et al. Light-emitting diodes: a novel light source for phototherapy. Pediatric Research. 1998; 44(5):804-809
2: 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.