Biliblanket

A portable phototherapy device for treating neonatal hyperbilirubinemia; while the term refers specifically to a device manufactured by General Electric, the term’s use has been generalised to encompass all such devices
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Biliblanket

(bĭl′ē-blănk-ĕt)
A phototherapy device for treating hyperbilirubinemia in newborns. It consists of an illuminator and a fiber-optic pad with a disposable cover.
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The new words included "biliblanket", "frugivore" and "tomographer" - hardly everyday stuff.
Mische wrote that they came home from the hospital with a 'biliblanket,' a device used for treating neonatal jaundice (a disease that causes yellow discoloration in the skin, whites of the eyes, and mucous membranes).
The Biliblanket, developed and being tested at Rainbow Babies'and Children's Hospital in Cleveland, allows parents to hold their baby during therapy and can also be used at home.
The Biliblanket is a soft, flexible pad woven of optic fibers emitting lights in the therapeutic blue-violet range.