A child radiant warmer is medical equipment used in neonatal intensive care units to provide the newborn with a comfortable thermal area that keeps his or her body temperature within normal levels. This is because when a baby is born from the mother's womb, which is a natural incubator, it needs to be warmed up.
Childhood radiant warmers are regularly needed equipment in delivery rooms and neonatal care units to provide external heat and open access to newborns. Immediately after birth, infants are routinely placed under warm, radiant light to help stabilize their temperature until they can achieve self-regulation. They are also needed for critically ill patients who require nursing care constante.