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Nyano Nani

The warmth your baby requires

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Nyano Nani is an innovative Biomedical equipment designed for the purpose of providing the necessary warmth that the baby requires in the crucial time.

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Smooth sliding access panels made using transparent acrylic that allows for continuous observation of the baby

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Top head with 90° swivel functionality to turn the heater for convenient access during checkups and X-Ray procedures.

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Anti-skid 4-way lockable tires provide great portability and stability at the same time

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Key Features

➊ Manual mode+ Auto mode ➋ Heater Output 0-650W Power adjustable ➌ Manual Mode heat selection range (20-100%) in 10% increments ➍ Auto Mode 30- 38°C in increments of 0.1°C ➎ Auto mode maintain resolution: ± 0.2° C ➏ Temperature Measurement Accuracy ± 0.2°C ➐ Temperature Display Resolution ± 0.1°C

In-Depth Specs

Electrical Power Requirements

Power Requirements: 220V  ± 10%, Nominal Power Consumption: 700 W max, Satisfies with IEC 60601-2-21

Operational Environment

Operating Temp Range: +18 to +30 ° C, Humidity: 30 to 70% RH

Dimensions

Height: 1750mm, Mattress Size: 640*460mm, Bed to Heater Cabinet Height: 750mm

Weight

30kg

Physical Characteristics

Heater Cabinet Rotation 90° CW/ 90° CCW to facilitate X-ray procedures, Bed Tilt 30°

Main problem

Rural health facilities of Nepal lack proper neonatal health equipment and trained personnel that can operate them on a daily basis. Data shows that out of 1000 live births in Nepal, 29 do not make it through the first few months. A factor that contributes to this infant mortality rate is hypothermia. A condition in which an infant loses its body’s heat rapidly. Traditional methods like electric heaters, heat from filament bulbs and burning coals pose significant threat to the child since basic hygiene, risk of electrical shock and polluted air remain unnoticed in efforts to save the baby's life in a limited resource setting. A majority of babies who do not receive the necessary care during the neonatal period may develop short to long-term health problems like asthma, pneumonia and other diseases.

Team Members

Sanjay Bahadur Singh

Biomedical Engineer

Er. Mahip KC

Electronics Engineer

Er. Suraj Karki

System Design Engineer

Er. Sunil Baniya

Innovation Manager

Jikesh Thapa

Full-Stack Developer

Deepak Chand

Embedded System Engineer

Nischal Pokharel

Mechanical Engineer

Bisek Chaudhary

Mechanical Technician

Sameer Aryal

Mechanical Designer

Dustynep

DIgital Media Officer

Namo Satto Shakya

Electronics Engineer

Solution

To solve this problem plaguing our nation, especially the rural areas where expensive solutions are infeasible and sometimes even inaccessible, we devised the following solutions:

- Develop locally, an infant radiant warmer in Nepal with minimal design while integrating the most important features at a lower cost.

- Provide proper and thorough orientation, demonstration to the end-users on how to use the radiant warmers to treat hypothermic babies on a regular basis.

- Identify and bridge the gap between the end-users and the manufacturers to enable a properly functioning and safe device round the clock.

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