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TP00009 Neonate Transport Cart

TP00009 Neonate Transport Cart

TP00009  Innovation integration design concept, change traditional nosocomial transshipment precise, controlled traffic, medical mute CPAP positive pressure breathing support system, large diameter mute casters, make transport more steady, fast and safe, stable oxygen concentration precision adjustable, conform to the requirements of the guidelines for safe use oxygen low power built-in medical air compressor, large capacity UPS, battery life, about 40 min ~ 120 min mask models to meet different sizes/newborn baby.

Working Principle of TP00009 Neonate Transport Cart

UPS provides wireless power to connect oxygen cylinders/host machine (the host machine is an integrated design with built-in air O2 mixer and small medical air compressor) to send oxygen to the human body through the respiratory pipeline for inhalation. At the same time, it is also equipped with a bubble generator to assist infants with smooth breathing circulation.

Features of TP00009 Neonate Transport Cart

  • Integrated design of main engine, built-in air compressor, air oxygen Blender, can be moved quickly and easily.

  • Equipped with bubble generator, it can assist infants' breathing scientifically and accurately, continuously provide oxygen concentration, and effectively improve and relieve respiratory disorders.

Specification of TP00009 Neonate Transport Cart

Respiratory ModeBubble CPAP
Air-oxygen BlenderBuilt-in
Pressure Limit (Mix-P3-10cm H2O
Peak Inspiratory Pressure (PIP)/
Positive End-expiratory Pressure (PEEP)3-10cm H2O
Alarm Noise< 55dB(A)
Gas InputAir/Oxygen, 0.3-0.4MPa
UPS Capacity1500W
Cylinder Capacity4L
Power SourceAC 145-290V±5V
Load CapacityUp to 20KG

Practical Application of TP00009 Neonate Transport Cart

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    It is suitable for newborns and infants, emergency rescue and emergency transport in all departments of hospitals.

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