We have located a new manufacturer for the Icterometers and have placed an order. We expect to be able to ship Icterometers by March 8, 2013
Icterometers have been used to measure newborn jaundice depth for over 75 years. With an 82% reported sensitivity and 74% specificity, it's a consistently reliable instrument. Because icterometers are easily portable and cost-effective, they're perfect for home health nurses, midwives, pediatric offices and newborn nurseries.
Simply press the icterometer on baby's skin to match the painted color swatches for an easy, non-invasive way to measure newborn bilirubin levels. Complete instructions and a leather storage case are included with every order.