Overview

At GE Healthcare, we share your commitment to providing high quality care for all newborns and infants. That’s why we designed the new Lullaby™ Warmer with attention to the details that are essential to providing babies with a warm, comforting environment.

Benefits

Clinical Benefits:

  • 69% faster warmup enables stress-free newborn arrival*
  • Uniform heat distribution ensures easy positioning of the baby
  • Heat is evenly distributed via the Calrod heater, which is optimized for bed size
  • Walls of Warmth ensure that no heat spills over

Economic Benefits:

  • Reliable Lullaby Warmer leads to cost savings of upto Rs. 107,000#
  • 60% less power consumed on start-up and 20% less power consumed over 24 hours
  • Higher cost savings on account of lifetime Calrod warranty, lower wattage and rugged probes with lower failure rates

Ease of Use:

  • Color-coded safety alarms, visually-coded control panel and well positioned lights for easy usage
  • Temperature maintained 4 minutes in advance in anticipation of delivery
  • Smooth bed tilting of ±15° optimizes clinical flexibility, especially during resuscitation

* The results are based on GE’s in-house laboratory evaluation performed in India on GE Lullaby Warmer and a locally manufactured radiant warmer using standardized methodology

# Calculations done over 10 year period, assuming 8% inflation. Rate of heater failure 1.5 times/year with replacement cost of Rs. 2,000, basis customer interviews.

Technology

The micro-processor technology and intelligent engineering behind the Lullaby Warmer create a consistently warm bed for baby with built-in monitors that notify caregivers of critical temperature events.

 • Warmer heats to 100% for 12 minutes, and then reduces to a steady 25% to maintain ready status. Heat adjustments can be made in 5% increments so you can fine-tune the warmth.

 • Heat is evenly distributed via the Calrod® heater, which is precisely matched to the bed size.

 • An innovative probe guard helps prevent the skin probe from becoming detached from the baby, helping reduce the risk of overheating due to lack of temperature monitoring.

 • A “check baby” alarm sounds if baby’s skin temperature deviates by ±1° C from the set point. The unit stops heating if the temperature exceeds the desired value by 1° C, and restarts only when the temperature falls back into the 1° C range.