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From 2011 to 2015, there has been a declining birth rate of less than 1% per year in the United States. On average, there were just under 4 million births per year during this period. Every newborn has to be medically checked and evaluated by medical staff. Simultaneously, the baby needs to remain warm and has to learn to regulate its own temperature. To help start the checking processes and retain body temperature, the baby is placed into an infant warmer. Heat is provided from an overhead heater, and the mattress can be heated as well. If the baby is healthy, it only stays in this warmer for a few hours before it goes home. These warmers are available in various types and styles. More medical-related features like resuscitation can be added, or the warmer can be customized with aesthetic options based on a hospital’s preferences: for example, a wood trim.
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