The Skylife Phototherapy System was designed and developed to ensure that the infant’s needs are always put first.
The Skylife device delivers a narrow band of high-intensity¹ blue light via blue light emitting diodes (LEDs) to provide treatment for neonatal jaundice. It is designed to be used within most neonatal enclosures, including bassinets, incubators and radiant warmers.
The Skylife device is lightweight (less than 11 pounds/5 kilograms) and features an innovative, ergonomic and flexible design that allows clinicians to comfortably move the unit between enclosures.
¹Phototherapy to Prevent Severe Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia in the Newborn Infant 35 or More Weeks of Gestation. Pediatrics. 2011;128:e1046–e1052
Adjustable Intensity Levels
Custom phototherapy treatment levels for each infant that meets AAP guidelines for intensive phototherapy¹
Virtually No Heat Emission
Emits No Significant Light in Ultraviolet (UV) & Infrared (IR) Spectrum from LED light source
Uniform Distribution & Maximum Coverage Area
Innovative Skylife design ensures a large portion of the baby’s body is exposed to phototherapy
Efficiency for Clinician
Features a portable, modular “plug and play” functionality, ensuring efficient treatment time management
Cost Effective & Environmentally Responsible
The Skylife device operates on much less power than traditional phototherapy devices