New & Used Patient Warmer

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Device: Patient Warmer
Manufacturer: Gibek
Model: Warm-Gard
Location: Germany, Berlin
Negotiable
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Device: Patient Warmer
Manufacturer: Stihler Electronic
Model: Astopad OPT 120
Location: Germany, Bavaria
Rating: 93%
1,244
2001

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Device: Patient Warmer
Manufacturer: Nellcor Puritan Bennett
Model: WarmTouch
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
995
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Device: Patient Warmer
Manufacturer: Stihler Electronic
Model: Astopad Plus OPT 120
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
933
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Device: Patient Warmer
Manufacturer: Nellcor Puritan Bennett
Model: WarmTouch
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
995
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Device: Patient Warmer
Manufacturer: Augustine Medical
Model: Bair Hugger 500/OR Warming Unit
Location: United Kingdom, Hampshire
Rating: 95%
393
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Device: Patient Warmer
Manufacturer: Kan Med
Model: Operatherm 202W
Location: United Kingdom, Buckinghamshire
Rating: 100%
Negotiable
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Patient Warmer may also be referred to as :

Hypothermia Warmer | Patient Warmer, Air | Convective Air-Warming Unit | Hyperthermia Unit, Forced-Air | Forced-Air Warming Unit | Forced-Air Hyperthermia Unit | Air-Warming Unit, Convective | Warming Unit, Patient, Forced-Air | Warming Unit, Hot Air | Bed Warmer | Mattress Warmer | Warming Blanket
 

Tips for buying Patient Warmer

  1. Patient warmers should have audible and visual alarms to alert the caregiver of any over-temperature events with a limit setting of 44°C.
  2. Dual safety thermostats should be included on hypothermia warmers as well, to provide redundant over-temperature protection.
  3. To help prevent cross contamination during surgery, single-use disposable blankets are recommended. These are offered in several sizes. In the past, some sites were reusing them to diminish costs.
  4. If air temperature exceeds the convective air-warming unit's settings, the whole patient warmer should automatically shut off or shut off the heater.
  5. The different options, the blanket size and quantity are factors that affect the purchasing cost of these hypothermia warmer units.
  6. In the OR, where space is limited, small size and ease of transport of the convective air-warming unit are important, as well as storage options and readability of the control panel.
  7. To regulate temperatures, facilities can use a hypo/hyperthermia warmer unit, which circulates fluid – hot or cold – through a pad. This can be used instead of the forced air hyperthermia unit.
  8. The risks of airborne dust, bacteria, and mold blowing onto the patient or into wounds is reduced with HEPA filters.
Read more valuable tips on the Medical Equipment Buying Guide by MedWOW >>