Weaning the infant from the incubator, Biology

Weaning the Infant from the Incubator

When heater output reading is minimal or nil it suggest that infant is capable of generating enough metabolic heat to keep himself warm and can be nursed in an open cot.

Dress and wrap the infant warmly, switch off the incubator, open all the incubator port/holes, the incubator's temperature come down to room temperature gradually, the infant may be removed and placed in a cot.

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