If apnea is frequent or severe, the baby's doctor may decide to treat it by altering conditions in the incubator, such as lowering the temperature, increasing oxygen, or placing the infant in a rocking incubator.
The eggs and sperm are kept in an incubator and the doctor uses a microscope to observe whether fertilization occurs.
Usually a premature baby in an incubator is continually monitored, and hospital staff can easily detect apnea.
Premature babies are usually kept in an incubator, where their breathing and heart rate are monitored.
She may need to be placed in an incubator, fed intravenously, and placed on oxygen.
The child is undressed and placed in a lighted incubator to stay warm.
The infant is removed from the incubator for feeding.