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Infant Mylar Wrap for Emergency Transport

These sterile mylar infant warming blankets are used to keep an infant warm by reducing evaporative and convective heat loss. The infant warming blankets have a hood to wrap over the baby's head and they fold over at the bottom to keep the baby warm during transport.

THE PROBLEM

Infants are extremely susceptible to hypothermia, even in tropical climates. Hypothermia is an underappreciated contributor to newborn morbidity and mortality. Low birth weight infants are at higher risk of hypothermia because their thermoregulatory systems are less mature. Hypothermia occurs when the  body temperature drops below 36.5 °C (97.7°F), and can lead to a range of complications including seizures and jaundice. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends the delivery room temperature be at least 25 to 28° C (77.0 to 82.4° F). Neonates should be dried immediately and placed in skin-to-skin contact with the mother and covered.

THE SOLUTION

The infant warming blankets have a little hood to wrap over the baby's head and they fold over at the bottom to keep the baby warm during transport. The blanket is extremely lightweight and easy to pack and transport. These blankets are particularly effective in a colder setting where infants need to be transported from homes or facilities to hospitals. We sell them in packs of 100.

These sterile mylar infant warming blankets are used to keep an infant warm by reducing evaporative and convective heat loss. The infant warming blankets have a hood to wrap over the baby's head and they fold over at the bottom to keep the baby warm during transport.

THE PROBLEM

Infants are extremely susceptible to hypothermia, even in tropical climates. Hypothermia is an underappreciated contributor to newborn morbidity and mortality. Low birth weight infants are at higher risk of hypothermia because their thermoregulatory systems are less mature. Hypothermia occurs when the  body temperature drops below 36.5 °C (97.7°F), and can lead to a range of complications including seizures and jaundice. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends the delivery room temperature be at least 25 to 28° C (77.0 to 82.4° F). Neonates should be dried immediately and placed in skin-to-skin contact with the mother and covered.

THE SOLUTION

The infant warming blankets have a little hood to wrap over the baby's head and they fold over at the bottom to keep the baby warm during transport. The blanket is extremely lightweight and easy to pack and transport. These blankets are particularly effective in a colder setting where infants need to be transported from homes or facilities to hospitals. We sell them in packs of 100.

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