Firefly Newborn Phototherapy Device

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Solution Overview & Benefits

Firefly is a device designed to treat infant jaundice in a hospital setting, designed specifically for low resource settings to reduce the cost of phototherapy treatment. The devices (including a LED blue light source and basinet) are designed to operate continuously 24 hours a day for 5 years, with an estimated treatment cost per infant of $1.50.

History & Development

The Firefly was created by Design that Matters in conjunction with the East Meets West Foundation's Breath of Life initiative and Vietnamese manufacturer Medical Technology Transfer and Services (MTTS).


Publicly available: no
Countries where available: Worldwide
Price range (USD): Contact supplier for quote


Dimensions: 66 cm x 38 cm x 49.5 cm
Weight: 11.8 kg

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