When is a race car safer than in incubator?
When the incubator is in an ambulance.
Incubators are supposed to keep an infant safe and warm. And standing still in a hospital they do an excellent job.
Now put a 250-pound incubator inside an ambulance.
In the event of a crash, that incubator can break away and become a massive flying object that can injure or kill the ambulance crew and infant.
The Baby Pod 20 is a purpose-built infant transport device that reduces the risk to both the infant and the transport crew.
Affordable and Efficient Infant Transport
A typical transport incubator costs around $60,000 and requires a dedicated vehicle that can cost up to $360,000.
You can buy 7 Baby Pod 20 Infant Transport Devices for the cost of one incubator.
The Baby Pod 20 comes with everything you need and fits easily into any ambulance, helicopter, or plane without the need to remove any seats, storage or other features.
Typical time to transport an infant using an incubator in a dedicated incubator ambulance is between 7 and 8 hours.
Typical time to transport an infant using a Baby Pod 20 in any ambulance is between 3 to 4 hours.
BUILT WITH THE SAME MATERIALS & QUALITY OF A FORMULA 1 RACE CAR
TRANSWARMER INFANT TRANSPORT MATTRESS maintains infant’s body temperature without electricity
VACUUM MATTRESS cushions the infant and maintains positioning
SHOCK ABSORBENT FOAM surrounds the baby during transport
CARBON FIBER OUTER SHELL acts a rigid cocoon to protect the infant from flying debris