Min.value per division: 0.05kg(0-10kg) 0.1kg(10-20kg)
Size of packing box: 57.5×33.5×19cm
baby weighing balance machine, Weighing your bundle of joy is both an exciting and necessary process. As proud parents, family, and friends, we all love to know how much our babies weigh at birth and often play guessing games or make predictions during the pregnancy.
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For medical professionals present at the birth, gaining an accurate weight measurement of the newborn child is a vital, baby weighing balance machine initial observation that provides a starting point for the baby’s growth.
Weight gain or loss can then be measured on an ongoing basis to determine their health and development during their first few years. It is recommended that your baby should be weighed once a month for the first six months, and then at least every two months to make sure they are growing as expected.
An accurate weight measurement can also be vital to recognize whether a baby is underweight at birth and may be more susceptible to infections or health complications and therefore require additional care.
What Are Baby Scales?
As highly-accurate scales designed for weighing babies, Baby Scales usually have graduations of between 2g and 10g to recognize minor changes in a baby’s weight as they grow and develop.
Professional Baby Scales are used in pediatric and maternity hospital wards, GP surgeries, and neo-natal clinics. Midwives and health visitors also take lightweight and portable baby scales on home visits to take accurate and up-to-date weight measurements.
Features that we consider essential are:
Class III Approved
Robust & Durable
Class III Approved
All medical Baby Scales in the UK and EU must be Class III Approved, meaning they are built, tested, the baby weighing balance machine verified, and calibrated to a specific standard to assure an accurate weight reading in a medical setting.
To ensure your Baby Scale is Class III Approved, buy from a professional supplier such as Marsden. All of our professional baby weighing scales are Class III Approved; to ensure the scales you buy are Class III Approved, check for the ‘M’ and ‘III’ logos on the data plate.