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3M™ Bair Hugger™ Lower Body Blanket, Model 525

  • Part Number M52500
  • 3M ID 7100283761
  • UPC 04064035061500

Effectively used for patients in supine, lateral or prone positions

Foot drape minimizes risk of thermal injury to the feet and lower leg area

Continuous adhesive strip secures blanket to the patient

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Highlights
  • Effectively used for patients in supine, lateral or prone positions
  • Foot drape minimizes risk of thermal injury to the feet and lower leg area
  • Continuous adhesive strip secures blanket to the patient
  • Soft, comfortable, lightweight, latex-free material
  • Foot drape minimises risk of thermal injury to the feet and lower leg area
  • Continuous adhesive strip secures blanket to the patient
  • To deliver safe, effective and consistent forced-air warming for your patients, use the 3M™ Bair Hugger™ Lower Body Warming Blanket, 52500 with the 3M™ Bair Hugger™ Warming Unit 675 or 775

This blanket is designed for use during surgical procedures on the upper body.

The lower body forced-air warming blanket is designed for use during surgical procedures on the upper half of the body.

Suggested applications
  • 3M™ Bair Hugger™ Temperature Management Solutions are indicated for hypothermic patients or normothermic patients for whom induced hypothermia or localized temperature therapy is clinically indicated. In addition, the solutions can be used to provide patient thermal comfort when conditions exist that may cause patients to become too warm or too cold. The temperature management systems can be used with adult and pediatric patients. Bair Hugger Temperature Management Solutions should only be used by trained medical professionals

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References

1. Kurz A, Sessler DI, Lenhardt R. Perioperative normothermia to reduce the incidence of surgical-wound infection and shorten hospitalization. N Engl J Med 1996; 334: 1209–1215. 2. Melling AC, Ali B, Scott EM, Leaper DJ. Effects of preoperative warming on the incidence of wound infection after clean surgery: a randomised controlled trial.Lancet2001; 358: 876–880.