Oxygen Delivery Hoods, Infant

Definition : Oxygen delivery hoods designed for infant use. These hoods typically consist of a rigid transparent plastic shell that encloses the entire body of the infant or, less frequently, only his or her head. The hoods include a diffuser to prevent oxygen from blowing directly on the infant and may also include temperature, humidity, and oxygen concentration sensors. The hoods are connected to the oxygen source using tubes or hoses. Infant oxygen delivery hoods are used to administer high volumes (usually 10-15 liters per minute) of oxygen at high concentration (80% to 90%) under controlled humidity and temperature conditions; they are typically used for newborns and children younger than two years who can breathe on their own but need extra oxygen. Both reusable and disposable infant hoods are available.

UMDC code : 24166

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Company Type: Parent

Maxtec Inc, has been a leader in oxygen analysis and delivery products for more than 15 years. We provide a full line of replacement oxygen sensors and SpO2 probes compatible with all major applications in the market.

Natus Medical Inc

Company Type: Parent

Natus is a leading provider of healthcare products used for the screening, detection, treatment, monitoring and tracking of common medical ailments in newborn care, hearing impairment, neurological dysfunction, epilepsy, sleep disorders, and balance and mobility disorders.

Nova Health Systems Inc

Company Type: Parent

Nova Health Systems, Inc. began as a leading manufacturer of disposable oxygen hoods and tents for use in neonatal, pediatric, and adult respiratory care. We now offer the broadest range of disposable oxygen hoods and tents with over 65 different products to meet your specific needs.

Sunnydale Goss

Company Type: Parent

Sunnydale Industries is located in Centralia, Missouri. We are a non-profit organization located on the campus of Sunnydale Adventist Academy. The academy is a Christian Boarding High School.

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