HALYARD* PATIENT WARMING SYSTEMS

Active Patient Warming for Improved Outcomes

 

"Maintaining normothermia can be challenging in complex, large-surgical-field procedures (such as OPCAB) and may require more efficient methods than forced air." 1

The HALYARD* Patient Warming System is a computer-controlled, water-circulating, active warming system for thermoregulatory control that has proven effective in complex surgeries-including those with open cavities, large surface-area exposure, and in trauma. It has significantly outperformed conventional methods in achieving and maintaining intraoperative and residual body temperature.2

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Thermal Hydrogel Pads

Maintain patient normothermia with only 20% body coverage

M1000 Control Unit

Precise temperature management in a portable, easy-to-use unit

SCIP-INF-10: Active Warming Required in Surgeries >1 hour

New hypothermia reporting metrics for longer procedures

 

1Katariya K, Robinson S, Sessler DI, Kurz A, Hodges WE, Odom-Forren J. Special report. Roundtable Summary: Perioperative Temperature Management, New York, NY: McMahon Publishing Group; 2005.

2 Woo YJ, Atluri P, Grand TJ, Hsu VM, Cheung A. Active Thermoregulation Improves Outcome of Off-pump Coronary Artery Bypass. Asian Cardiovasc Thorac Ann. 2005; 13:157:160.

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