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Schossow George W: Infant warmer-incubator. Barnes John C, July 2, 1974: US3821947 (31 worldwide citation)

An infant warmer-incubator constructed to provide a controlled air environment about the infant. The incubator maintains the proper environment in an 'open' or 'closed' position and will permit resuscitation, technical procedures, surgery or routine nursing care of the infant as with a crib or bassi ...


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Harry A Tracy JR: Device for supporting a medical or non-medical device from an infant warmer. Harry A Tracy, April 23, 2009: US20090101764-A1

Prior to this invention, Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) have used either a piece of umbilical tape, a string of paper clips, or adhesive tape to hold medical or non-medical devices suspended or supported from the upper vertical portion of an infant warmer, incubator, or warmer-incubator combi ...


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INFANT PATIENT TRANSFER DEVICE WITH HEART RATE SENSOR. General Electric Company, February 9, 2017: US20170035629-A1

A patient transfer device is utilized to transport infant patients between locations within a hospital environment. The patient transfer device includes a center, support section and a pair of side sections that can be moved into contact with each other to surround the infant patient. The first and ...