Baby height measuring mat -for infants and small children (RBSK)

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Category: N.I.C.U. Equipment

Description

GENERAL

Type Medical Infantometer Mat or baby height measuring mat
Usage Infants
Purpose For measuring the length or height of new borns, infants and small children in laying down position as a part of monitoring the baby growth and anthropometry

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Measures length both in inches and centimeters Yes
Light weight, portable and easy to carry Yes
Rolls up for convenient storage and wall hanging Yes
Washable Yes
Water resistant and shock resistant Yes
Easily disinfected by using normal hospital grade cleaning solutions Yes
Flexible, foldable and easily positionable Yes
Space saving, easy and accurate solution for baby length measuring Yes
Simple for measurement by placing the baby on the measuring mat and folding the lower portion so that the foot board touches the infant’s feet Yes
Detailed instructions and diagram of usage are printed directly on the top of the mat Yes

DIMENSIONAL AND MATERIAL PARAMETERS

Overall dimensions of mat (WxHxD)(mmxmmxmm) 950 x 250 x 100
Thickness of felxible PVC sheet (mm) 1.5
Weight (gms) 400
Material of measuring mat (Non-irritant and non-allergenic) Flexible PVC sheet

MEASURING AND MARKING FEATURES

Measuring range in Cms 8 to 75
Measuring range in Inches 2 to 30
Graduation of measuring scale in Centimeters Every 5mm
Graduation of measuring scale in inches Every 1/4th inch
Double sided Graduation for easy measurements available Yes
Clinical length vs age and weight charts for easy reference Yes

PACKING MODE

Individually packed in a strong box that ensures no transit damage takes place Yes

CERTIFICATIONS AND REPORTS

Calibration certificate from concerned weights and measurement controllerate to be furnished at the time of supplies Yes
Product confirmity certificate from Central Government approved lab is to be provided to the buyer on demand Yes

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