Home > Specialties > Height Measurement Instruments, Portable, Neonate/Infant

Height Measurement Instruments, Portable, Neonate/Infant

Definition : Portable height/length measuring instruments designed only to measure the length of neonates and the length or height of infants. These instruments typically consist of a board that permits a comfortable positioning of the baby including a mechanism (e.g., a sliding lever that adjusts to the infant's body) to measure the length of the neonate or infant in a range of up to about one meter (40 inches) with accuracy and reproducibility; other instruments are also capable of measuring infants' height as soon as they can stand up. Some instruments include electronic displays and/or recorders. Portable neonate/infant height/length measuring instruments are intended for periodic assessment of postneonate growth and to perform studies of baby growth.

Entry Terms : "Stadiometers" , "Infantometers" , "Infant Portable Length Measuring Instruments" , "Neonate Portable Length Measuring Instruments"

UMDC code : 23520

   

1-5 of 5 Match(es).

Cascade Healthcare Products Inc

More than 20 years ago, Cascade started as a medical supply company serving the midwifery community. Today, midwives remain the heart of our business, although we've grown to serve hospitals, government agencies, birth centers, women's health clinics, universities, physicians, childbirth educators, doulas, breastfeeding advocates and parents.

GF Health Products Inc

GF Health Products, Inc. is one of the world's leading manufacturers and distributors of medical products, with 300 US-based employees, marketing our internationally recognized brands within 84 countries.

McArthur Medical Sales

McArthur Medical Sales

Narang Medical Ltd

Narang Medical Ltd

QuickMedical

QuickMedical started in 1993 with humble beginnings. The idea was to create the first digital height measuring device that would deliver professional results with an accuracy never before seen. The idea became reality with the invention of the Heightronic 235. This led to a warehouse ran out of a garage and a sales and web team ran out of a tiny apartment. Things only continued to grow. The site was launched in order to create an easier way to distribute the heightronic, at a time when the internet was just starting to get rolling. Soon other companies wanted their products on our website too, which really, was the birth of QuickMedical as a medical supply store.

1-5 of 5 Match(es).

 

Medical Product Guide Optometric Management Product Guide