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No.: 20131205 NeoPIP NeoForce Group Inc 35 Commerce Drive Ivyland, PA 18974.1510 USA Tel 215.672.6800 Fax 215.672.1123 NeoPIP™ Infant Resuscitator Unit The NeoPIP™ Infant Resuscitator Unit is intended for emergency manual resuscitation of infants. The device is used in conjunction with a flow meter to control gas delivery rates and an op- tional blender. When used with the NeoPIP™ breathing circuit, the device will provide positive end expiratory pressure (PEEP) support. As a safety measure, an adjustable maximum pres- sure relief valve (Pop-Off) is also pro- vided. The NeoPIP Infant Resuscitation Unit is a manually operated, gas powered device intended for controlled and ac- curate resuscitation of neonates and infants in the clinical environment. NeoPIP™ Neonatal Resuscitator Unit NeoPIP™ Single Patient Use Neonatal Resuscitation Circuit. NF-150 (Box of 20)
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  • Spring '15
  • Ramalingam
  • Neonatal Resuscitation Circuit

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