The Neopuff is a T-piece resuscitator designed by Fisher & Paykel Healthcare to deliver controlled, consistent, and precise pressures – independent of operator experience.1,2
It can provide assisted respiratory breaths to neonates and infants (up to 10 kg) in the delivery room or neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
Compared to self-inflating and flow-inflating bags, T-piece resuscitators like the Neopuff deliver a more controlled and consistent peak inspiratory pressure (PIP) and positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP),6,7 which helps to protect the newborn’s lungs.
The Neopuff resuscitator can deliver oxygen levels ranging from 21% through to 100%, from a flow meter or blender.
The resuscitator has a PIP control, as well as a maximum pressure relief valve that prevents the accidental delivery of excessively high pressures.
The Neopuff resuscitator features an accurate, easy-to-read, medical quality manometer, and can be mounted on a pole, rail, wall, infant warmer, or incubator.
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Neopuff RD900 Technical Manual
Neopuff RD900 User Instructions
Neopuff Swing Tag
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