UKAS & BSI
UKAS & BSI
Phototherapy bili meters are used within the healthcare industry to allow medical professionals to measure the levels of phototherapeutic light being delivered to patients being treated for medical conditions such as jaundice. The instruments are designed to be small portable devices and measure the level of light energy that strikes a sensor to give a digital reading on the level of spectral irradiance. These readings allow clinicians to make decisions regarding levels and length of treatment needed
Bili meters are used by clinicians and extensively by EBME departments within hospitals to regularly check the performance of phototherapy units. Regular exposure to phototherapeutic light can cause drift in measurements meaning that calibration of phototherapy bili meters is an essential part of any biomedical engineer’s planned preventative maintenance regime.
Calibrationhouse is a leading provider to EBME departments across the NHS and are keen to provide a complete one stop shop for their calibration requirements. To this end we have installed a specialist test rig within our County Durham based laboratory to allow high accuracy, rapid turnaround phototherapy bili meter calibration service.
The following are just a small selection of the phototherapy bili meters we calibrate on a regular basis:
Please contact us to discuss your individual requirements if device is not listed.