Bag for WarmPak, Embrace® Nest infant warming set

Made:
2017
Embrace Infant Warmer starter kit designed by Embrace® Innovations, Inc and made by Phoenix Medical Systems (P) Ltd Embrace Infant Warmer starter kit designed by Embrace® Innovations, Inc and made by Phoenix Medical Systems (P) Ltd Embrace? Nest bag for WarmPak, part of Embrace Infant Warmer starter kit designed by Embrace? Innovations, Inc and made

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Embrace Infant Warmer starter kit designed by Embrace® Innovations, Inc and made by Phoenix Medical Systems (P) Ltd
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Embrace Infant Warmer starter kit designed by Embrace® Innovations, Inc and made by Phoenix Medical Systems (P) Ltd
Science Museum Group
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Embrace? Nest bag for WarmPak, part of Embrace Infant Warmer starter kit designed by Embrace? Innovations, Inc and made
Science Museum Group
The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Embrace® Nest bag for WarmPak™, part of Embrace Infant Warmer starter kit designed by Embrace® Innovations, Inc and made by Phoenix Medical Systems (P) Ltd, 2017

The Embrace® Nest infant warming set is a low-cost solution to help premature and low-birth weight babies regulate their temperature. Reheatable wax packs give heat for up to four hours and are placed within a reusable and cleanable sleeping bag, the BabyWrap™. With a clear window for monitoring, the sleeping bag has an indicator when the wax packs should be recharged.

In 2008, four Stanford University students came up with the design as part of their studies. They were challenged to create an incubator 1% of the cost of a traditional one, which in the United States costs $20,000. Following clinical trials, the Embrace® Nest was launched in 2011 in India, where it is widely used.

Details

Category:
Obstetrics, Gynaecology & Contraception
Object Number:
2019-377/2
type:
bag - container
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • container - receptacle