One of the greatest challenges in neonatology is the transportation of premature and new-born babies. It is important that the little patient is provided with an optimum of warmth and intensive care – and that the transportation is carried out safely, gently and quickly. Used in an ambulance on the road or up in a helicopter, the neoSAVE III™ – the flexible transport concept for neonatology combines specialised know-how from the rescue services with decades of experience in the development and manufacture of intensive care incubators.
neoSAVE III™ – the flexible transport concept for neonatology is a strong safe, standardised transport concept for the tiniest of patients and those who look after them. It was developed to put an end to those haphazard combinations of devices which were more or less certified for use and more or less fit for transport. Wherever rescue work has to be carried out, clear structures and neat, no-frills design are the top priority when it comes to safe, fast, high-quality treatment.
neoSAVE III™ – the flexible transport concept for neonatology is conceived in such a way that it can adapt to almost any transport variant. Whether it‘s a short stretcher in a helicopter, a transverse installation in a natal emergency vehicle or lengthwise in a normal rescue or emergency vehicle, just a few simple steps suffice to adapt the stretcher concept to the actual transport conditions. And even in the short version, all the necessary equipment is already on board. The components can be operated in even the most cramped conditions, and medical staff can keep a watchful eye on all the child‘s vital parameters.
Often enough, compatibility in the transportation of new-born babies has been a matter of strapping the transport system to the stretcher table with belts at the place of rescue and holding it down with raw, desperate effort. Perhaps the helicopter conversion won‘t fit into the ambulance or rescue vehicle, or maybe the rescue services in the adjacent state even use a different kind of carriage? neoSAVE III™ – the flexible transport concept for neonatology solves the problem for you, whether it‘s Bucher, Stollenwerk, Stryker, Ferno or standard DIN. We guarantee compatibility by means of tested and approved adaptor kits.
Usually, transport incubators are gigantic monstrosities which can only be moved or loaded with great effort. Weights of between 120 and 160 kg are by no means out of the ordinary. neoSAVE III™ – the flexible transport concept for neonatology was developed with the ambitious aim of operating well below the 100 kg mark. What made it possible to achieve that aim was our determination to reduce equipment to what was really necessary and our use of innovative materials. In this way, helicopter transport can be carried out reliably in summertime too.
Integrated child monitoring
The most important monitoring modules are already integrated in the basic version of Atom‘s V-808 transport incubator. In addition to a pulse oximeter there is full momitoring of the child‘s herart frequency and oxygen saturation. The oxygen content of the incubator and the child‘s skin temperature can also be displayed if desired. These performance features support the ambitions of neoSAVE III™ – the flexible transport concept for neonatology. Compact-ness and integration are the motto here.
In its basic version, neoSAVE III™ – the flexible transport concept for neonatology is equip-ped with two 3-litre steel gas cylinders. An internal valve system ensures that gas is supplied either by the central system or from the cylinder, as necessary. In the long version, there is also the option of installing an additional 3-litre steel cylinder. Via the large opening at the side, the cylinders can be changed easily and without any special tools. Various different standard cylinders are available.
neoSAVE III™ – the flexible transport concept for neonatology has a power supply concept which is safeguarded in more than one way. The transport incubator itself has a recharge-able battery which ensures a power supply independent of the mains for approx. 15 minu-tes. A rechargeable battery integrated in the transport concept extends this range to approx. 90 minutes. The internal battery status display indi-cates how much operating time the sys-tem still has available. Optionally, additional peripheral systems can either be incorporated in the electrical design or equipped with individual power supply facilities independent of the mains. An automatic internal circuit registers the presence of a power source and swit-ches over automatically to 12/24 V or 230 V operation as appropriate. In the 230 V mode the batteries are charged automatically; in the 12/24 V mode operation is covered via the external power source, i.e. the batteries are neither charged nor drained.
The standard version of the neoSAVE III™ – the flexible transport concept for neonatology is equipped with the transport ventilator TV-100. This transport ventilator is a light-weight system of about 7 kg including a battery capacity of up to 11 hours. The TV-100 covers a entire range of use on all patients, from the smallest premature infants to the largest adults. Available constant flow mode for neonates with a wide setup using neonatal nasal prongs for non-invasive ventilation, or connect a resuscitation bag with selectable FiO2 setting. Other ventilators can also be integrated to the neoSAVE III™.
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