BILISOFT LED PHOTOTHERAPY SYSTEM, multiple hospitals
Jaundice, detected as a yellowing of the skin and eyes, occurs in 50% of full-term babies and 80% of preterm babies in their first week of life. Without prompt treatment, jaundice can cause cerebral palsy, deafness and/or brain damage. This machine uses phototherapy (exposure to fluorescent light bulbs or other light sources) to effectively treat the jaundice while at the same time enabling the parents to hold or feed their child without disturbing the therapeutic treatment in progress.
New South Wales: Blacktown Hospital, Griffith Hospital, Tumut Hospital
South Australia: Whyalla Hospital & Health Services
Victoria: Sandringham Hospital**, Werribee Mercy Hospital**
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