New & Used Warming Cabinet

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Device: Warming Cabinet
Manufacturer: Mallinckrodt Puritan Bennett
Model: Ready-Box 3700B
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%

Warming Cabinet may also be referred to as :

Warming Unit, Blood/Solution | Pump, Circulating-Fluid

Tips for buying Warming Cabinet

  1. For efficient use of space, mobile warming cabinets (also called circulating fluid pumps) are recommended for laboratory and operating room settings.
  2. The temperature of the warming cabinet unit should be verified on an annual basis. Blanket warmers should be set from 49° to 54°C. Higher temperatures have been associated with patient burns; solutions warmed to >44°C can cause several degree burns if maintained for three hours.
  3. Warming cabinets should have audible or visual alarms to indicate over temperature due to the greater conductivity of solutions.
  4. Facilities considering the purchase of a warming cabinet should determine whether they need to heat blankets, solutions, or both.
  5. Facilities should compare the available space for a cabinet with the dimensions of warming cabinet/ circulating fluid  pump models under consideration.
  6. If facilities do not purchase the multifunction cabinet, they may need to use multiple units for warming blankets and/or solutions. These warming cabinet units may take up more floor space, although some manufacturers offer stackable models.
  7. Compact size and ease-of-transport are important factors in the operating room, where space is often very limited.
  8. Facilities should not consider disposables as a factor when purchasing circulating fluid pumps. However, one manufacturer offers a reusable filter for linen fibers that may need to be replaced.
  9. There are very few manual models, and they are usually less expensive than automatic ones.
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