Temperature control system

Hypothermia for HIE

Neonatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) is a brain injury disease with a high mortality rate. Therapeutic Hypothermia is regarded as a core treatment for HIE as it helps by maintaining a lower core temperature in newborns for up to 72 hours, effectively lowering mortality by slowing down apoptotic processes and reducing oxygen dependence in the brain.
Traditional hypothermia treatment relies heavily on the use of manual cooling and rewarming methods such as ice packs, in which temperature control is not only inaccurate, but also leaves much room for human error. The current trend in the treatment of HIE has shifted heavily towards Precise Temperature Control by means of cooling devices that provide caregivers with Streamlined Procedures throughout the entire treatment process, hence, the P6.



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