Military & Special Forces
DESIGNED TO MEET THE DEMANDS OF EXTREME SITUATIONS
No soldier should die from hemorrhage or hypothermia. Therefore, the °M Warmer System was developed in collaboration with military and special forces, to ensure that the system meets the requirements of extreme military situations.
The compact design and the light weight make it one of the smallest products on the market while still accommodating the demands of a large warming capacity and high flow rates.
The user-friendly design makes it easy to set up, even in a stressful situation or without much training.
Meets the TCCC Guidelines and approved for Airplanes and Helicopters
The °M Warmer system meets the standard of care for the modern battlefield (The TCCC Guideline) and is approved for use in helicopters and airplanes fulfilling the requirements from IEC 60601-1-12:2015, DIN EN 13718-1 and RTCA DO-160 section 21.
The °M Warmer system is classified IP 54 which documents that it is resistant against water, drop, and rough treatment.
“In the Special Forces, a transfusion can potentially take place at any time if recommended by the medical supervisor – before or during an evacuation. And it could take place anywhere from the point of injury to a vehicle or to the point of care. So, it is necessary that the device can be used safely during transportation, and that it is quick and intuitive to use.”
48% reduction in mortality – Is Whole Blood the future?
Newly published articles have sparked the debate on the use of Whole Blood in resuscitation of bleeding trauma patients. Learn more about LTOWB and why it might be the preferred resuscitation fluid of the future.
How do you treat casualties in a cold environment?
The °MEQU blood warmer is mentioned by the BMJ Military Health as a necessity to reduce the risk of hypothermia, when transfusing fluids to casualties in cold environments.
The Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Guidelines
Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) provides clinical practice guidelines and performance improvement for all levels of military trauma care, including prevention of hypothermia.
GOT ANY QUESTIONS?
We are happy to answer any questions you have regarding the °M Warmer System. Do not hesitate to contact us.