Technology | December 04, 2006

Patient Warming, Cooling in One System

The microprocessor controlled Blanketrol III total body hyper-hypothermia water therapy system provides patient warming and/or cooling in one system. The system is designed as a solution to the changing needs of the hypo/hyperthermia market.
Preset-Variable and Programmable Variable Gradient temperature selection is available in both heating and cooling modes, which allows for rapid or gradual patient temperature management control.
SMART mode, associated with the term gradient setting, adjusts the gradient temperature settings of 5 degrees Celsius should the desired patient temperature not be reached within 30 minutes. The Blanketrol III continues to monitor and adjust temperature every 30 minutes until the desired patient temperature is reached. The system is also designed with USB capability.

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