A Portable Blood and IV Fluid Warming System
°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.
Fast set-up time and intuitive use
The set-up time is less than 30 seconds, and the user-friendly design ensures that the °M Warmer System cannot be assembled incorrectly.
High flow rates and large warming capacity
Blood and other infusion fluids can be heated from 5°C to 37°C at flowrates up to 150 ml/min. One charged battery can heat up to 2 liters of cold fluids (5°C) or 4 liters of fluids at room temperature (21°C) to body temperature.
Low weight and compact design
The °M Warmer System has a compact design and weigh from 760 grams making it portable and ideal for prehospital use.
Adhesive for secure attachment close to the infusion site
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 secures infusion site and reduces heat loss in the tubing.
The °M Warmer System is approved for use in helicopters and airplanes.
When we treat critical patients we want the products to be intuitive and very easy to implement.
One warmer – multiple ways to power it
No matter where there is a need for blood and IV fluid warming, the °M Warmer System offers a solution.
°M Warmer and Power Pack
In spite of its small size and light weight, the single-use °M Warmer and Power Pack (battery) is robust and sturdy, and can tolerate water and rough treatment. The °M Warmer warms fluids – including blood – from 5°C to 37°C at flow rates up to 150ml/min.
If you need extra battery power, the Power Pack+ can provide more than 1/3 increased blood and IV fluid warming capacity than the original Power Pack. This means that 2 liters of cold blood or fluid can be warmed up and infused to a patient on a single charge of the battery.
The °M Station is an AC power supply (100-230VAC) for the single-use °M Warmer. It is optimized for use in hospitals, such as emergency rooms and operating theaters, and ensures a continuous flow of warm fluids as long as needed.