Medical Therapy Jaundice PL-L – the compact way to eliminate the need for blood transfusions

Medical Therapy Jaundice PL-L/PL-S

Medical Therapy Jaundice PL-L/PL-S

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    By emitting light almost entirely within the 400 to 500 nm bandwidth these Medical Therapy Jaundice PL-L lamps have no radiation from the short wave UVB waveband. They are therefore ideal for treating new born babies suffering from hyperbilirubinemia (neonatal jaundice) and Crigler-Najjar Syndrome (CNS). Moreover, the bandwidth of these lamps peak at the most effective treatment wavelength of 450 nm. This highly efficacious phototherapy treatment has eliminated the need for blood transfusions in almost all jaundiced infants. In addition, with the compact format of this PL-L lamp equipment manufacturers have more design freedom in developing their solutions.By emitting a full spectrum of a high color temperature, the PL-L /953 lamps are ideal for treating SAD. N.B.: Our UVB lamps are NOT registered with FDA as medical devices as they are NOT packaged or labeled for commercial distribution for health-related purposes. US customers are referred to the UVB and UVA lamp range brochure US version.

    Benefits

    PL-L 18W/52: Optimal spectrum for photo-oxidative process to convert unconjugated bilirubin into a water soluble form
    PL-L 36W/953: Natural daylight

    Features

    PL-L 18W/52: Emission peak at 450 nm
    PL-L 36W/953: Natural daylight spectrum and high light output for optimal effect

    Applications

    PL-L 18W/52: Medical treatment of jaundice in new-born babies (hyperbilirubinaemia), Crigler - Najjar (CN) syndrome
    PL-L 36W/953: SAD syndrome
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