3M Warming Blanket, Upper Body, Alliance, White (10/CASE)

3M Warming Blanket, Upper Body, Alliance, White (10/CASE)


This forced-air warming blanket is designed for use during surgical procedures on the lower half of the body.
Can be used in supine, prone, lithotomy and other patient positions
Two resealable hose ports provide flexibility in positioning the warming unit
Attached clear head drape and two neck vents keep warm air around an intubated patient’s head and allow observation by the clinician
Integrated tie strips and continuous adhesive strip secure the blanket once placed
Center marks to assist with blanket positioning
Soft, comfortable, lightweight, latex-free material

1 in stock

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  • Brand 3M Bair Hugger
  • Manufacturer 3M
  • Country of Origin United States
  • Application Forced Air Warming Blanket
  • Color White
  • Dimensions 24 W X 74 L Inch
  • Material Polypropylene Cover
  • Target Area Upper Body
  • UNSPSC Code 42142106
  • Usage of Disposable
  • User Adult
  • Latex-Free Indicator Not Made with Natural Rubber Latex

Additional Information

Dimensions 17.5 × 10.5 × 8.5 in

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