Phototherapy perineal care diaper from Celecare Resistance to blue light
Blue light does not mean that a light is blue, instead, a high-energy visible light with a wavelength of 400-500nm. It can penetrate the lens to reach the retina, cause optical damage, and accelerate oxidation of cells in the macular region. And it may have side effects on neonatal perineum and ovary, which may lead to further maldevelopment and infertility,etc. As a result, blue light has been proven to be the most harmful visible light.
▶ This product can effectively block the blue light with a wavelength of 425nm-475nm, and it is innovative in the technology field as we have overcome the shortcomings of the existing technology and a series of problems produced in the process of clinical application, to provide an safe, effective and comfortable phototherapy perineal care program.
▶ Black shading pad, effectively blocking the blue light with a wavelength of 425nm-475nm, providing the first barrier for newborn babies.
▶ Comfortable, Safe, Effective, Practical
|Name||Phototherapy perineal care diaper|
|Specification||12 pieces/pack or 1 piece in a single package|
|Application||scope newborns with pathological jaundice, or premature birth, or hemolytic disorder, need phototherapy.|
|Tips||this phototherapy diaper is also appropriate for newborn daily use.|
A.Spread out the diaper and lay flat, and put the one side of the diaper with velcro behind a baby's butt
B.Paste the velcro of both sides of the diaper on the diaper according to the baby's body shape, and make the velcro of both sides symmetrical with the diaper
C.Pull the edge of the diaper out to prevent urine leakage
D.This product is single-use goods, and not be used overtime in order to prevent the diaper rash and waste from causing irritation to children's skin.
E.Nursing staff should wash hands before replacement, so that children should not be exposed to bacteria.
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