Patient & operational outcomes

  • Supporting family-centered care

    Comfort can make all the difference

    With BiliSoft 2.0, there’s no barrier to bonding between infant and parents or caregivers. The baby can be held, fed, even rocked throughout the therapy session, promoting a healing environment without interrupting the benefits of kangaroo care. With the benefits of kangaroo care well-documented, more hospitals are encouraging and supporting healthy, healing, “baby friendly” interactions and practices.

  • The right light—right where it’s needed

    Intensive therapy as easy as wrapping a blanket

    BiliSoft 2.0 delivers phototherapy anywhere—in the neonatal ICU, pediatrics, well-baby nursery or at home. It can be used with a radiant warmer, incubator, bassinet, crib, or while in a caregiver’s arms. Additionally, the flat, cushioned BiliSoft 2.0 cover lets you swaddle the baby and phototherapy pad together.

    The long-lasting, high–spectral–irradiance, blue LED light delivers healing phototherapy that meets and exceeds the recommendations of the AAP1. Positioning aids may also be placed under the pad to bring more light to the sides of a baby’s body for greater skin surface area exposure to the light.

  • Fits just right

    Conserve space and position as needed

    Thanks to a small footprint and lightweight design, the BiliSoft 2.0 can be easily mounted to a bed or roll stand, providing added flexibility, space conservation in small care areas, and quicker access when the baby needs hands-on care. Plus, its long, flexible fiber-optic cable makes positioning easier and provides greater coverage than other fiber-optic devices and many overhead lamps. The pad design also helps to eliminate distance deficiencies.

  • Units host a long-lasting blue LED light that provides more than 50,000 hours of light therapy
  • Long, lightweight fiber-optic cable and quiet operation makes BiliSoft 2.0 ideal for in-home use
  • Whisper-quiet operation helps maintain an environment to promote better sleep and growth
  • Babies can be wrapped in a blanket and even held during therapy for more comfort and relaxation


1. Bhutani, V and the Committee on the Fetus and Newborn, (2011). Phototherapy to Prevent Severe Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia in the Newborn Infant 35 or More Weeks of Gestation. Pediatrics, e1054.