Infant Care Equipment Neonatal Transport Incubator

in-F200 Hospital Infant Care Transport Incubator 

The infant incubator is a typical piece of equipment in maternity homes, neonatal intensive care units, and pediatric hospitals. Incubators provide a secure and stable environment for newborns, frequently those born prematurely or with a condition that renders them particularly vulnerable during the first few months of life. Similar to an incubator used in an intensive care unit, a travel incubator serves the same purpose. It is utilized to give a neonate a desired warm environment to prevent heat loss to the environment. It is sometimes necessary to move a newborn or baby by air or by land, either in quest of an intensive care unit or to a different hospital for a different therapy altogether.

These newborns or babies are already frail by nature; their situation is already sensitive. In this situation, the most difficult aspect of providing critical care is transferring the infant without exposing them to the environment's temperature gradient. This is accomplished by putting the infant in a transport incubator that keeps a small space at the right temperature.

Product Features

  • Easy to disinfect and clean
  • Observational high-intensity LED lighting
  • Alarms for various conditions, including low battery, sensor failure, heater failure, power failure, air flow failure, and temperature greater than 39 ° C.
  • The heater will automatically turn off if the air or skin temperature inside the incubator surpasses 39° C.
  • Accessories: An extra tray for storing equipment


  • Probe for Skin Temperature
  • Probe for Air Temperature
  • Child Mattress
  • Filter for air intake
  • Hood (Canopy)
  • Sensor for Oxygen
  • Slow Venturi Suction
  • Cylinder for oxygen
  • A flow meter
  • 4th Pole

The principle behind a transport incubator

Both the transport and intensive care incubators have the same basic workings. The device is light and small thanks to careful consideration that has gone into its design, making it simpler to move around. Baby trays featured on a trolley covered by a fiber9ok glass or acrylic construction to provide a closed environment for the infant.

A separate hole is provided to insert oxygen tubes and other medical equipment, and medical workers have access to the infant at all times. On the provided screen, the temperature of the baby's skin and the ambient temperature are displayed after choosing the preferred setting.

Why do babies need transport incubators?

  • Breath problems - A baby's lungs may occasionally have fluid or meconium. Infections and poor breathing may result from this. Additionally, newborns may have immature, underdeveloped lungs that necessitate care and additional oxygen.
  • Gestational diabetes affects - If the mother had gestational diabetes, many doctors would briefly incubate the baby to keep it warm while they take the opportunity to check its blood levels.
  • Prolonged or difficult delivery - An infant with trauma may need ongoing care and further medical assistance. A newborn can heal from the trauma in a safe, womb-like environment provided by the incubator.
  • Infection - While a child recovers from an illness, incubators can lower the risk of germs and further infection. When your infant also needs several IVs for medication, fluids, or other treatments, incubators also provide a safe environment where vital signs can be monitored round-the-clock.
  • Birth prematurely - The lungs and other important organs may require more time to develop in preterm infants. Due to their heightened sensitivity, ordinary light and sound may permanently harm their eyes and eardrums. Additionally, premature newborns won't have time to grow fat beneath the skin and will require assistance to be warm and cozy.


These newborns or babies are already in a delicate situation due to their inherent fragility. The most challenging part of giving the child critical care in this circumstance is moving them without exposing them to the temperature gradient of the surroundings. The baby is placed in a transport incubator that maintains a tiny area at the proper temperature to achieve this. The needed temperature can be selected, and a screen is given to display the temperature of the environment and the baby's skin.

A knob can control the airflow, and these systems contain alarms to draw attention to unfavorable situations, like a temperature increase. The main distinction between a transport incubator and an intensive care incubator is the inclusion of a portable external power supply attached to the transport incubator trolley that enables the instrument to function even when it is being moved. These devices are also capable of running on ambulance electricity.

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