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3M™ Bair Hugger™ Large Pediatric Underbody Blanket, Model 550

  • 3M ID 7100212597
  • UPC 00707387790158

Unique fluid outlets minimize pooling of fluids on the surface of the blanket

Soft, radiolucent materials accommodate imaging requirements

Consistent, even perforations across the entire blanket ensure uniform convective warming

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Highlights
  • Unique fluid outlets minimize pooling of fluids on the surface of the blanket
  • Soft, radiolucent materials accommodate imaging requirements
  • Consistent, even perforations across the entire blanket ensure uniform convective warming
  • Resealable hose ports at either end of the blanket provide options for hose placement
  • Tape and tuck flaps under the blanket secure the blanket to the OR/procedure table
  • Two drapes (included) help retain the warm air that surrounds the patient

Conveniently warms a large child or a small adult patient while allowing clinicians full access to the patient.

The large pediatric underbody blanket provides convenient forced-air warming to a large child or a small adult patient from below while allowing clinicians full access to the patient.

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.