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The Motif BiliTouch™ phototherapy blanket is a biliblanket designed by healthcare professionals to treat newborn infants diagnosed with jaundice (hyperbilirubinemia). This portable, convenient phototherapy treatment device allows your patients to continue to hold, feed, and care for their baby while reducing high bilirubin levels at home.

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Motif BiliBlanket Features & Benefits

  • Promotes mother and baby bonding
  • Whisper-quiet operation
  • Battery powered, light weight, ultra-portable
  • LED light source, no fiber optic cables
  • Multiple light intensity levels
  • Adjustable shut-off timer
  • Wrist strap for safe carry
  • Designed for continuous operation

How to Use Your BiliBlanket

When a newborn infant is diagnosed with jaundice and prescribed phototherapy treatment, it’s important to provide new parents with a clinically proven device that is easy to use. The Motif BiliTouch™ offers a temperature sensor and an LCD display that clearly shows adaptor and battery status, remaining time, and light intensity. Operation is whisper quiet, featuring an LED light source and battery option for mobility. The result is a superior phototherapy treatment device that can be used in a variety of settings, going from hospital to home and fitting seamlessly into the newborn infant’s care.

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Using Phototherapy to Treat Jaundice in Infants

Phototherapy has been recognized by pediatricians as the gold standard in the non-invasive treatment of neonatal jaundice for over thirty years. To treat jaundice, babies are exposed to blue light waves, which helps to break up the high levels of bilirubin in the baby’s blood. This quickly and safely reduces the yellowing appearance in the baby’s eyes and skin.

The Motif BiliTouch™ provides multiple levels of light wave intensity. Newborn infants can use the Motif BiliTouch continuously if recommended by their doctor, until the yellow pigment in the skin and eyes has lessened and the bilirubin levels are at levels deemed safe by the American Academy of Pediatrics.

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