Maternal Infant Care

We are committed to establishing a healthy developmental environment at every point during pregnancy and the first days of life, and at any critical moments for the infant.
  • Combination Environment

    Giraffe OmniBed Carestation

    A full-featured incubator and radiant warmer in one, making the Giraffe OmniBed Carestation from GE Healthcare micro-environment very special.
  • Incubators

    Giraffe Incubator Carestation

    The Giraffe* Incubator Carestation* combines advanced technology creating the Path to Positive Growth and Neurodevelopment.
  • Warmers

    Giraffe Warmer

    The Giraffe* Warmer provides a warm, comfortable, developmentally supportive environment for the baby.
  • Neonatal Intensive Care


    The CARESCAPETM ONE system lets you use the same standardized monitor for all in-hospital transport needs. Intuitively designed with smart parameter technology,...
  • Infant Resuscitation Systems


    Lullaby Resus Plus

    Newborn primary care with clinical excellence, caregiver comfort and safety by design.
  • Phototherapy

    BiliSoft Phototherapy System

    The BiliSoft* Phototherapy System provides intensive phototherapy while supporting developmental and family-centered care.
  • Labor and delivery

    Novii Wireless Patch System

    The Novii ™ Wireless Patch System is a maternal/fetal monitor that noninvasively measures and displays fetal heart rate, maternal heart rate and uterine activity&mda...
  • Jaundice Management

    Lullaby LED Phototherapy System

    Delivers high-performance, high-intensity phototherapy with whisper-quiet and low-cost operation and 28% faster serum bilirubin breakdown.
  • Antepartum and High-Risk Pregnancies

    Corometrics 170 Series Foetal Monitor

    Get the information to make quick, accurate and cost-effective clinical assessments for exceptional obstetric outcomes.
  • GE Healthcare is Bronze Partner of EFCNI

    The European Foundation for the Care of Newborn Infants (EFCNI) is the first pan-European organisation and network to represent the interests of preterm and newborn infants and their families. It brings together parents, healthcare experts from different disciplines, and scientists with the common goal of improving long-term health of preterm and newborn children. EFCNI’s vision is to ensure the best start in life for every baby.
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  • Thermoregulation differences

    Evaluating thermoregulation capabilities of newborn hybrid incubators based on technology, testing and track record.

    This white paper contains several substantial claims and additional information on the clinical research:

    Giraffe OmniBed provides thermal and physiological stability across bed states3, Improvements of at least 15% in clinical outcomes (such as body temperature4, growth velocity, weight stabilization) and offers 0.49 degrees higher temperature during intrahospital transport (Giraffe OmniBed without power)5

    3 -M. Gaylord, L. Mefford, J. Stafano, K. Leef, L. Lynam. "An Evaluation of a New Device in Maintaining Thermal and Physiological Homeostasis in Human Newborns". NANN, 2001
    2. 4-Kim SM et al. Improved care and growth outcomes by using hybrid humidified incubators in very preterm infant. Pediatrics 125(1), 137-145, 2010 5- F. Loersch, M Schindler, K. Starr of GE Healthcare, J. Moore, L Lynam Bayne. "Risk Factors for intra-hospital transport of newborn patients: A new solution to an old problem". Journal of Neonatal Nursing (2011) 17, 203-214

  • Thermal Protection

    Thermal Protection of the Premature Infant

    Summary: Where are we now and where should we

    Robin B. Dail, PhD, RN, FAAN Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs & Professor University of South Carolina, College of Nursing

    This document shows thermal physiology in the premature infant, mechanisms of heat loss, and provide a review of the way we control the thermal environment of the premature infant.

    This is an excellent educational piece that addresses key concepts to provide the clinician with guidance for considerations that must be taken when managing individual patient thermal needs.

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