The white machine is the INO (inhaled nitric oxide) vent. The array between Jane and the INO vent? Oh, that's just the monitor for the jet ventilator. Here's the actual vent:
Yes, that little box IN THE ISOLETTE is the vent. That's it. (I love the expression on her face here. "You couldn't just give me a teddy bear?") If this doesn't help her, they may put her on the conventional vent again, which would also help with the lung expansion. The jet's gentler, which is why they're trying it first.
Speaking of the isolette, someone is getting big enough AND old enough that she's not going to be in it for long. She's SIX WEEKS OLD today, and 1570 grams! Which puts her at 33 weeks gestational age and almost three and a half pounds, which means it's time for Miss Jane to get ready for a move to an open bed. Hey, it's something, right?