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Battery-powered Neonatal Jaundice Measurement Device

pocket size, lightweight
PS112 is very simple to apply and operate, making it very fast and easy to achieve bilirubin readings with minimal impact on the little baby. It is small in size and has an easy-to-read display for convenient use and carrying around. Its advanced optical design and processing algorithms ensure great accuracy. Moreover, it comes with self-calibration and external calibration functions for periodic checks and adjustments. So it is reliable medical equipment for testing jaundice conditions.
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a)         Early detection, you can accurately identify at-risk infants as young as 35 weeks gestational age

b)         Easy on everyone, create an easier test experience for all involved, less stress on fragile newborns and their patients

c)         No complex maintenance, simply disinfect the tip with an alcohol wipe and take your measurement, reusable and cost-effective

d)         No need for blood sampling, prevent bacteria cross-infection between involved babies

e)         Quick to know results, get dependable results in seconds rather than hours, help to increase patient safety and expedite diagnosis

f)          Streamlines screening process by reducing blood-draws, scheduling, and processing, freeing uptime for patient care

a)         Early detection, you can accurately identify at-risk infants as young as 35 weeks gestational age

b)         Easy on everyone, create an easier test experience for all involved, less stress on fragile newborns and their patients

c)         No complex maintenance, simply disinfect the tip with an alcohol wipe and take your measurement, reusable and cost-effective

d)         No need for blood sampling, prevent bacteria cross-infection between involved babies

e)         Quick to know results, get dependable results in seconds rather than hours, help to increase patient safety and expedite diagnosis

f)          Streamlines screening process by reducing blood-draws, scheduling, and processing, freeing uptime for patient care