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Bilirubinometers
#57859 25/08/11 3:31 PM
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What bilirubinometers do you use on your neonatal units and can you recomend them?

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webbie #58163 13/09/11 12:05 PM
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New Draeger Jm-103, jaundice meter. No consumables needed.

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webbie #58164 13/09/11 1:32 PM
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Hi, we have a BiliChek, Philips Respironics product, this is an American device with limited uk service support

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webbie #58168 14/09/11 8:45 AM
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We don't actually use a bilirubinometer on out ward the blood gas analyser takes care of that. The post natal wards however use the Jm-103's and are quite happy with them. We trialled the BiliCheck but the consumables were very expensive at the time so we made the decision to go with the JM-103

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webbie #58172 14/09/11 4:43 PM
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We have the JM-103 but we also have a Rechert for more accurate measurments if needed but the consumables are very expensive.


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