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

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

$50.00

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

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Engineered to deliver improved heat transfer in a wide range of surgical procedures
Bends and conforms while providing uniform temperatures
Offers optimal patient body surface coverage
Allows for fast and easy application
Engineered to provide minimum loftiness
Two resealable hose ports provide flexibility in positioning
Integrated tie strips and continuous adhesive strip can secure the blanket once placed
Consistent, even perforations across the entire blanket ensure uniform convective warming
Durable, soft, comfortable, lightweight, radiolucent, latex-free materials
The 3M Bair Hugger Multi-position Upper Body Warming Blanket bends and conforms while providing uniform temperatures. The blanket’s unique bendability feature was inspired by the clinician’s need to optimize patient body surface coverage in order to help maintain normothermia and drive positive patient outcomes.

Suggested Applications
Pre-op, OR, PACU

Additional Information

Dimensions 15.5 × 7.9 × 5.2 in

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