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Hypothermia Unit rentals

Considerations when renting a hypothermia unit

Those who are considering renting a hypothermia unit should make sure that they are choosing a unit that will help them with their specific patient needs. Make sure that it will integrate well with the other equipment that they have in their rooms, and that the size of the unit is not too large for their room. Most of the units will fit right next to the bedside of the patient and are relatively unobtrusive. If you have specific product requests, a KWIPPED supplier will be more than happy to assist you.

Features of hypothermia units

Since these hypothermia units are noninvasive, it means there are no catheters or IVs in use to change the temperature of the body. The available units are simple to connect and use, and they have large displays, which make it easy to read and control in order to reach and maintain the target temperature. Many of the units are also on wheels, so they are mobile and easy to take to different locations where they may be helpful.

How hypothermia units work

The device, with the help of thermal warming blankets can help to increase or decrease the temperature of the patient’s body as a whole, as well as in localized areas. One of the reasons to do this is to help reduce the risk of injury to the body and tissues because of lack of blood flow. The goal is to start targeted temperature control as soon as possible during a procedure to ensure greater ease in actually maintaining that temperature. The unit itself is capable of increasing and decreasing the temperature of the patients in slow increments

About hypothermia units

A hypothermia unit is a machine, sometimes called a hypothermia system, which is a simple and noninvasive method of regulating the temperature of patients by warming or cooling their body as needed. The device is used for a number of different applications, as you can see below so they can keep the patient’s temperature stable, and one of the most common reasons to use the device is during surgery.

Hypothermia Unit Applications

  • Anesthesia
  • Surgery
  • Intensive Care
  • Neonatology
  • Neurosurgery
  • Neurology
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Oncology
  • Orthopedics
  • Pediatrics
  • Rheumatology
  • Pain Centers
  • Stroke Unit
  • Toxicology
  • Veterinary Medicine
  • Trauma Surgery

Hypothermia Unit Manufacturers

  • Cincinnati Sub-Zero Products, Inc.
  • Adroit Medical Systems
  • Life Recovery Systems Hd, LLC.
  • Gaymar
  • Stryker
  • Philips Innercool

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