Tests at Stanford School of Medicine show Brilliance to perform on par or better than state-of-the-art phototherapy devices.
Brilliance LEDs last 16-25x longer than compact fluorescent tube lights commonly used in phototherapy devices in low-resource hospitals. With Brilliance, hospitals can save over $200 per year on costly bulb replacements.
Brilliance consumes half the power of compact fluorescent tube lights. In case of blackout, it can be run off a battery back-up (the size of a car battery) for up to 8 hours.
Brilliance is designed for versatility of use, as dictated by medical staff in over forty hospitals. It meets UNICEF phototherapy specifications and can be used with hospital beds, bassinets and other treatment surfaces.
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D-Rev, in collaboration with Stanford School of Medicine and other partners, presented the following posters at the 2011 Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) and Asian Society for Pediatric Research (ASPR) conference in Denver, Colorado.