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  • The Lifebox is a rescue module which is independent of ambient air
  • Best possible protection for babies during an emergency
  • In an emergency the Lifebox can be used by laypeople – the rescue should be carried out by emergency personnel
  • Huge time saving since it is not necessary to remove babies’ cables
  • Medical monitoring is ensured at all times
  • The Lifebox can be used during fires, in smoke, during accidents involving gas and chemicals, in explosions and during earthquakes or flooding

Why our Lifebox® is required

What happens during a fire or an emergency involving chemicals?

Hospitals and clinics are designed to ensure the wellbeing and recovery of patients. Parallel to this, staff must also be able to ensure their patients’ safety. But what happens if there is a fire, an emergency involving chemicals or biological substances or a similar event? The staff working at the clinic or hospital learn exactly how they should respond to such emergencies during in-house training and practice drills. It is, however, often the case that neither gets as much attention as they deserve. Or can you in all honesty say that every member of staff at your clinic or hospital knows what to do in such an extreme situation?

Eine Pflegerin kümmert sich um einen Säugling. Die Mutter steht daneben.
Eine Pflegerin rettet einen Säugling im Brandfall mit einem Schutztuch

How do you rescue babies?

Even if you are well-prepared there is still a problem which no emergency drill or evacuation strategy can solve: How do you rescue babies? Imagine that a fire breaks out in your clinic or hospital and that babies are in the danger area. What would happen? Breathing apparatus and smoke hoods are not suitable for the rescue. They cannot protect babies from poisonous gases or smoke. Rescuing babies inside a fire fighting jacket can be just as fatal. Particularly since the routes which emergency services have to take to maternity wards and neonatal units, which are often located on upper floors, are very long. In such emergencies babies are helpless and at the mercy of fate. Until now.

Our unique emergency rescue box

Produktfoto der Lifebox double von NeoRescue

Simple, quick and safe, this is our Lifeboxe which allows you to rescue babies during emergencies. Thanks to the over-pressure system babies are ideally protected and continuous monitoring is ensured because monitors can also be placed in the box.

Video (German)

Take advantage of our expertise

Personal, competent and experienced. We can train your staff how to use Lifeboxes correctly; offer workshops and evacuation advisory services and assist you with the planning and execution of emergency drills.

Ein Mitarbeiter von NeoRescue präsentiert während einer Produktschulung die Funktionsweise der Lifebox
Product training

To ensure that Lifeboxes are used correctly in emergencies we offer training courses for healthcare employees.

Das NeoRescue Team bietet Input Veranstaltungen zum Thema Sicherheit und Rettung an
Input event

During our input event we provide valuable information and tips for practical implementation in the fields of safety, fire protection and evacuation.

Das NeoRescue Team bietet Evakuationsberatungen an
Evacuation advisory services

We assist hospitals and clinics with their evacuation planning and overall handling of such events, from giving the alarm to resuming daily operations.

Das NeoRescue Team bietet Einsatzübungen an
Emergency drills

We can plan and organise emergency drills including debriefings and risk analyses. If desired, we can also work in cooperation with fire services and similar institutions.

Publications about NeoRescue

Our company and services have attracted great interest. This is a small selection of articles which have been written about us and may be of interest to you.

Zwei Pflegerinnen laden einen Säugling mit Monitor in die Lifebox
Innovativer Lebensretter für Babys (Innovative lifesaver for babies)

Published in “Arbeitswelt Aargau” magazine

Zwei Feuerwehrleute laden einen Säugling in die Lifebox ein
Wie retten Sie Säuglinge im Notfall? (How do you rescue babies in an emergency?)

Published in “Öffentliche Sicherheit Österreich” magazine

Zwei Feuerwehrleute tragen die Lifebox die Treppe runter, dahinter folgt eine Pflegerin mit Fluchthaube
Rettung von Neugeborenen als Mission (Mission - Rescue new-borns)

Published in the Hightech Zentrum Aargau magazine

Feuerwehr Aarau hat neu eine Rettungsbox (Aarau fire department now has a rescue box)

Published in AZ «Aargauer Zeitung»

Wie retten Sie SSRF: Diese blaue Kiste soll Babys retten (SRF: This blue box should save babies)äuglinge im Notfall? (How do you rescue babies in an emergency?)

Published by SRF «Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen»

Rettungsbox für Säuglinge – eine Weltneuheit (Rescue box for infants - a world first)

Published in the Hightech Zentrum Aargau magazine

Here's what medical professionals say

«Da wir die Säuglinge nicht entkabeln müssen, um sie mit der «Lifebox» zu transportieren, sparen wir im Notfall sehr viel Zeit. Das kann am Ende den entscheidenden Unterschied ausmachen.»

Céline Gautier Stationsleiterin Neonatologie Kantonsspital Aarau

"Medical monitoring equipment can also be transported in the "Lifebox", ensuring children's medical safety during an evacuation. It also allows us to make a detailed evaluation of the babies' condition throughout the evacuation after the fact. This is crucial for their subsequent care."

Prof. Dr. Henrik Köhler Senior Consultant and Director of the Children's and Adolescents' Clinic, Aarau Cantonal Hospital

"The "Lifebox" is an excellent, cost-effective and medically advisable solution for the evacuation of premature and new-born babies."

KD Dr. med. Philipp Meyer Senior Neonatology Consultant, Aarau Cantonal Hospital

"We don't have to consider whether we need a Lifebox, but how many we need. Until now we weren't aware of the challenges rescuing babies from a fire present. Now we do and we have been given a solution to this problem. If we don't take action now, we can start thinking about who we would like to share a prison cell with if there should be an emergency and we are unprepared."

Dr. Michael Foramitti Senior Physician Wiener Neustadt Regional Clinic