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Infant Warmer

The Panda Warmer is designed to meet the needs of your Labor and Delivery. GE's revolutionary design eliminates a large overhead heater making it easierto observe the patient. Silence alarms using the new Hands Free Alarm Silence. A brilliant full color control panel displays patient parameters and trending. The Panda Warmer eliminates alarms during Warmup Mode so you can warm the bed before the baby arrives without disturbing the mother during labor. Integrated resuscitation and SpO2 options support the latest resuscitation guidelines. Every baby is weighed at birth and our integrated in-bed scale option simplifies the weighing procedure while keeping the baby warm in the process. The Panda Warmer is available with plastic or wood cabinet drawers and trim.

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9 days ago
No PIP adjustment at control knob

Hello all, I have a resuscitation unit with the pressure not changing at the control knob. I changed the PIP regulator because I wasn't getting any adjustments there either and I changed the knob because the stopper broke off during testing but it is on tight and rotates as expected however I am not getting the knob to make any adjustments when turning still. The troubleshooting guide just says the knob may not be tight enough. Any suggestions?



-Eric Brown
a month ago
No alarm volume, then system failure 06

I have GE Infant Panda Warmer that would not give an audible alarm for the heater or for the scale, but would alarm when the power switch in the back was flipped off. The warmer is now giving a system error 06 and give a red screen. Anyone have an idea of what is going on with the warmer. I appreciate any advice.  



4 months ago
Resus Suction not working

Hi all,

I have the panda resus hooked up to a liner and canister. When I turn the suction on, I'm expecting a vacuum of 50 mmHg but only measure ~20 mmHg. I also try increasing the expected vacuum but it still only measures ~20 mmHg. The vacuum does increase when the liner is manually pushed down when the suction is on, but manual intervention shouldn't be necessary.  

The resus passed all checkout tests, I tried calibrating it anyways, and it passed all checkout tests again. 

I checked for cracks or leaks in the liner and canister and didn’t notice any. Tried replacing the liner and canister with another set and that didn't resolve my problem. I also tried both the original set and the replacement set on another vacuum and they both worked as expected without manual intervention.


Any recommendations for what to try next? Tests, replacement parts, or something else?

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[list]             [*] Revolutionary heater design eliminates a large overhead heater             [*] Hands Free Alarm Silence             [*] Resuscitation mattress             [*] Brilliant full color control panel             [*] Integrated resuscitation and SpO2 options             [*] Aimable Procedure Light             [*] Dimmable Observation Lights             [*] Integrated in-bed scale             [/list]

FDA AlertsView All

GE Healthcare, LLC Recalls Giraffe Infant Warmers and Panda...

The FDA has identified this as a Class I recall, the most serious type of recall. Use of these devices may cause serious injuries or death.

Class I Recall: GE Healthcare, Giraffe Warmer with Resuscitation...

The oxygen and air wall inlet fittings on the back panel of the resuscitation systems were reversed during assembly.

Class 1 Recall: GE Healthcare, LLC, Giraffe and Panda T-Piece...

The oxygen and air wall inlet fittings and/or labels on the back panel of the resuscitation systems may have been reversed during assembly. As a result, this could potentially reverse the air/oxygen concentrations; for

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