How Does a Neonatal Incubator Work?

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Neonatal unit is a unit of a hospital that specializes in the care of premature or ill newborn infants. An incubator is one of the equipment found in a neonatal unit. It works by keeping your child warm. At times it controls the humidity around him/her. Some of the incubators have lids while others do not. Some of them have overhead heaters.
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