|Power consumption||100 W|
|Wave Length Of Blue Light||450-470 nm|
|Height||1350 mm-1680 mm|
|Operating Temperature Range||18-28 Degree C|
The skin of the newborn baby becomes jaundiced (baby’s skin and Sclerae appear yellow) which is caused by a high level of bilirubin in the blood. Bilirubin is a waste product, produced when red blood cells are broken down. It is normally broken down in the liver and removed from the body in the stool. However, an underdeveloped liver of infant cannot filter out the bilirubin as fast as it i being produced, resulting in hyperbilirubinemia (Jaundice). If untreated the levels of bilirubin may rise high enough to pass through the blood brain barrier and is deposited in the brain causing Kernicterus and brain damage. Phototherapy is a treatment with special type of light (wavelength range 420 to 480nm) which lower bilirubin level in neonatal, the process is called photo-oxidation in which light wave converts the bilirubin to water soluble non-toxic form, make it easier for baby’s liver to break down and remove the bilirubin from their blood.