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ATOM Medical Highlights Advanced Infant Incubators

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 31 Jan 2024
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Image: ATOM’s NICU/newborn infant room equipment is on display at Arab Health (Photo courtesy of ATOM)
Image: ATOM’s NICU/newborn infant room equipment is on display at Arab Health (Photo courtesy of ATOM)

ATOM Medical Corporation (Tokyo, Japan) is exhibiting at Arab Health 2024 in Dubai, UAE from January 29th to February 1st, 2024 where the company is demonstrating its advanced infant incubators.

At the 49th edition of Arab Health, ATOM is exhibiting its flagship incubator, Dual Incu i, which offers the combined benefits of both an incubator and warmer to quickly and quietly transition the type of care provided to the patient. The compact, ergonomic design further enhances the flexibility to utilize the Dual Incu i in almost any care setting. The Dual Incu i ensures noise levels are kept to a minimum, maintaining a quiet environment to minimize the infant’s stress. Its effective air curtain prevents ambient air from entering the incubator even when the snap-open access ports are opened. In addition to the warming of the incubator air, the double wall hood and high humidity control serve effectively to prevent the infant’s body temperature from dropping due to radiant heat loss or insensible water loss.

ATOM is also demonstrating the IncuArch transport incubator which provides both high-level medical treatment capabilities and mobility and comes with a lightweight battery offering exceptional operating time. Its lightweight and compact design, with the main body weighing approximately 23 kg., ensures both excellent transport capacity and superb usability. The monitor is located beside the infant’s head, enabling easy checking of vital signs during treatment. Its hood is designed for easier observation while soft restraining straps hold the infant securely.

Viewers to ATOM’s booth at Arab Health can also experience the advanced features of Sunflower Warmer, an open incubator with an expandable design according to needs. It can be configured as a Hi-Low/Tilt or Cabinet/Tilt, with as many or as few accessories and add-ons as required, depending on the application. The Sunflower Warmer offers sufficient optional mounting accessories for neonatal care and is ideal for use in the NICU. Surgical operations can also be performed safely in the NICU. Simple and versatile, the Sunflower Warmer provides total support from postnatal treatment to NICU care. Among its NICU/newborn infant room equipment, ATOM is showcasing the Neo Cot bassinet designed to bring mother and baby closer, the InfaLite examination light with a flexible arm, the Resusci Flow resuscitation unit that performs artificial respiration with stable pressure, and the BILI-THERAPY Spot Type range of LED phototherapy units.

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