Technology | December 04, 2006

Improved Outcomes with Reduced Costs

By controlling and managing temperature in critically ill patients, the noninvasive Arctic Sun temperature management system can potentially improve outcomes and reduce hospital costs.
The system circulates temperature-controlled water through specially formulated hydrogel pads that are adjustable to allow other interventions. Maintaining hypothermia and subsequent rewarming with the Arctic Sun may be faster and easier than conventional cooling methods and may require less staff time.

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