GIRAFFE SHUTTLE, Fiona Stanley Hospital, Neonatal Unit, WA (2 needed)
Each year over 3000 babies are born at Fiona Stanley Hospital. A Giraffe Shuttle is desperately needed as they have now dropped admission gestation to 28 weeks and will soon be dropping to 26 weeks. Capacity in the neonatal unit is also increasing from 20 to 32 beds. This Giraffe Shuttle will allow for transfer of a neonate to the neonatal unit in an incubator or on a panda, and will assist care teams to maintain the baby's temperature during transfer. For the smallest of babies humidification can be commenced during transfer. Warmed humidified respiratory support is gold standard as humidified air helps keep the baby's temperatures within normal limits which is proven to improve outcomes, especially reducing the risk of intraventricular haemorrhages.
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