- Single patient use to help avoid cross contamination
- Available with bright white or red LED lights
- Light weight and compact
- Illuminates veins, arteries and other internal structures
- Power cord with USB connection
- No internal batteries required
- Compatible with NeoGlo Sleeve for added protection against bodily fluids
- Affordably priced
- Not made with natural rubber latex or plasticizer DEHP
- Individually packaged
- RoHS 2 compliant
Website orders restricted to U.S. customers. Click here to find a distributor in your country. Use one NeoGlo Disposable per patient. Keep it at the bedside for the stay of the patient. When the patient is discharged, recycle or dispose of in accordance with local electronic regulations of electrical products. It’s the perfect, affordable transillumination option for avoiding cross contamination. Available with red or white lights. Simply plug into a USB power source. No batteries required!
Step 1 Remove NeoGlo from packaging. Insert into NeoGlo Sleeve if using.
Step 2 Plug USB cord into laptop, portable power bank (not included), or other USB power source.
Note: While plugging in, ensure that lights are directed away from all persons’ eyes.
Step 3 Hold NeoGlo against skin or beneath site to be examined.
Note: Dim room lights for most effective illumination.
Caution: Avoid continuous use over 10 minutes.
Step 4 Unplug when not in use.
Step 5 Clean NeoGlo with alcohol wipe or CaviWipe™ after each use.
Step 6 Recycle or dispose of NeoGlo in accordance with local and federal regulations.
INDICATIONS FOR USE
The NeoGlo Transilluminator is a hand-held light source intended to transmit light through tissues to aid examination of patients.
CAUTIONS & WARNINGS
Prolonged use may cause the surface of the NeoGlo to increase in temperature. Avoid continuous use of more than 10 minutes.
Do not allow direct skin contact with the NeoGlo unless the patient is under the direct supervision of a health care professional.
Use with extreme caution on premature infants, fragile and compromised skin.
The USB cord can pose a potential strangulation hazard.
Do not shine light directly into eyes.
Do not submerge NeoGlo in liquid.
Do not autoclave NeoGlo. Exposure to steam or excessive humidity may cause electrical failure.
Dispose of NeoGlo in accordance with local electronic regulations of electrical products.