keeping trauma patients warm is crucial

Prevention of hypothermia and early intervention are very important when it comes to survival, since hypothermia is associated with higher mortality among injured patients.

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°M Warmer

°MEQU has developed an IV-blood warmer for emergency transfusions. It’s a portable fluid warmer which warms up blood from cold to body temperature within seconds.

The °M Warmer System includes a Power Pack and a single use °M Warmer. The two parts are easily connected resulting in less than 30 seconds setup time. Blood and other infusion fluids can be heated from 5°C to 37°C at flowrates up to 150 ml/min. The Power Pack has enough capacity to heat 1.5 litres of cold fluid (4°C) or 3.0 litres of fluid at room temperature (21°C) to body temperature.

The Power Pack and single use °M Warmer have a compact design and together weigh 760 grams making the M Warmer System ideal for pre-hospital use. The single-use warmer’s small size (10cm x 5cm x 2cm) allows it to be attached to the patient close to the infusion site, using its integrated adhesive pad. This drastically reduces the risk of pulling out the catheter as well as reducing heat loss in the tubing.

Customer segments

MILATARY & SPECIAL FORCES

The °M Warmer is designed in collaboration with the military and special forces. The small volume, robust design and low weight make the °M Warmer ideal for use in the field.

HELICOPTER EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

The °M Warmer is approved for use in helicopters and airplanes. The light-weight and portable design make the °M Warmer ideal for emergency transfusions in the air.

rapid response vehicles & ambulances

The °M Warmer has a fast and fool proof setup, making it easy to use in trauma situations. Paramedics must act fast and speed is crucial, making the °M Warmer ideal so vital treatment can start before arrival at the hospital.

hospitals

The °M Warmer is designed to be easy to use, making it ideal during stressful situations in hospitals. The small battery makes the °M Warmer useful during the diagnostic process.

When we treat critical patients we want the products to be intuitive and very easy to implement.

BENEDICT KJÆRGAARD

CHIEF PHYSICIAN & HYPOTHERMIA EXPERT