Neonatal Incubator System

Neonatal Incubator System

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MR Diagnostics Incubator System nomag® IC


The MR Diagnostics Incubator System nomag® IC conditional incubator provides a stable climate with bactericidal humidification as required by newborn and premature babies weighing up to approx. 4.500g (10 lbs) and a max. body length of approx. 55 cm. Thanks to its construction, it supports safe handling and operation during the MRI and intra-hospital transport.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Meets Neonatology

The growing number of newborn and premature babies with a birth weight of < 1,500 g and the increasing group of children with complex defects places the highest demands on radiologists and neonatologists in Neonatal Intensive Care, and means constantly new and additional challenges for medical technology.

Enormous advances have been made in the last few years in magnetic resonance imaging diagnostics, especially in the field of the nervous system for newborns and premature babies. Countless new developments in the field of non-invasive examination methods, such as MR Spectroscopy, diffusion imaging and functional MRI (fMRI) are opening up new and improved diagnostic possibilities for paediatrics.

A sophisticated, highly-innovative system for MR examinations on the tiniest patients is offered by the MR Diagnostics Incubator nomag® IC by LMT Medical Systems GmbH.

The MR Diagnostics Incubator System nomag® IC features:

  • No radiation exposure
  • Minimal handling of patients
  • Maximum security with optimised results
  • Improved, secure diagnostic opportunities

Additional Information

Product Category MRI Equipment and Accessories
Weight (Trolley complete with UPS and O2 supply) 120 kg (267 lbs)
Weight (Patient) max. 4.5 kg
Size (Patient) max. 55 cm
Head circumference (Patient) max. 40 cm
Weight (Incubator) (1.5 T) approx. 45 kg / 99.2 lbs
Weight (Incubator) (3.0 T) approx. 48 kg / 105.8 lbs
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