HospitalER / OR / ICU / CT&X-RAY
KEEPING PATIENTS NORMOTHERMIC IS ESSENTIAL
Millions of surgeries are performed every day, and maintaining the normothermic temperature of the patients is often a struggle. The negative impact of hypothermia, can be increased complications and prolonged hospital stays. This, in combination with the extra financial burden, is the reason more and more hospitals take action to reduce accidental hypothermia.
One of the contributing factors of accidental hypothermia is the infusion of cold blood and IV fluids. The infusion of normothermic blood and fluid warming can therefore help reduce accidental hypothermia.
The °M Warmer System is a revolutionary system enabling fast, easy and efficient delivery of warm blood and fluids to the patient.
The °M Warmer is the smallest and most compact warming system on the market. It takes up very little space in the crowded treatment area and it is easy to move with the patient when needed.
NO WASTE AND NO MAINTENANCE
The compact design of the °M Warmer means, that the priming volume is only 3.5 ml so no valuable blood is wasted. The system requires no maintenance, and the smooth surfaces ensures easy cleaning.
The °M Warmer System is ideal for transfusions during transport
The °M Warmer System can easily travel with the patient anywhere inside and outside the hospital and enables a continuous flow of warm blood and fluids at all times.
7 things to consider when selecting a blood and fluid warmer
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Guidelines on blood and fluid warming
There are several guidelines that cover best practices for warming fluids for transfusions. Here, you can learn more about three of well-recognized ones in the fields of medical care and trauma care.
NICE Guideline on Warming Fluids for Transfusions
Warming intravenous fluids during transfusions is a key recommendation from the NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) guideline on “Intravenous fluid therapy in adults in hospital.”
GOT ANY QUESTIONS?
We are happy to answer any questions you have regarding the °M Warmer System. Do not hesitate to contact us.