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3M™ Bair Hugger™ Normothermia System is designed to be different

Effectiveness of forced-air warming systems depends on blanket design, particularly the evenness of heat distribution across the blanket.1,2
Moving air loses heat very quickly.1,2 Therefore air should be channelled efficiently to all parts of a blanket to provide even heat distribution.

  • Interconnected Air
    Channel System

    Interconnected air channels run the
    length of the blanket providing
    breven distribution
    of warm air to the patient.

  • Air Hole Perforation

     

    A symmetrical pattern of small
    holes extends across the entire
    surface of the blankets to maximise
    recruitment of skin surface area.

     

  • Pre-sealed hose port

    In selected blankets, two resealable
    hose ports enable versatile and
    convenient positioning of the
    warming unit.

  • Fluid outlets

    In selected blankets, fluid outlets
    minimise pooling of fluids on the
    urface of the blanket and cooling
    effect of excess fluids.


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The 3M™ Bair Hugger™ Normothermia System

  • Bair Hugger Warming Blanket System

    Warming patients who are undergoing surgery is important, but it should not be complicated. The Bair Hugger warming blanket system has demonstrated, flexible temperature management solutions designed to make your job easier by helping you deliver optimal care while maintaining normothermia.

    Bair Hugger Blanket Information

  • Bair Hugger Warming Gown System

    Getting your patients safely through surgery and on their way home
    takes clinical expertise, along with a dose of warm, caring
    encouragement. The Bair Hugger warming gown system adds a unique
    dimension to patient warming, providing clinical and comfort warming
    options in a single patient gown.

    Bair Hugger Gown Information


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  • 1. Brauer, A., et al., What determines the efficacy of forced-air warming systems? A manikin evaluation with upper body blankets. Anaesth Analg, 2009. 108(1): p. 192-8.

    2. Brauer, A. and M. Quintel, Forced-air warming: technology, physical background and practical aspects. Curr Opin Anaesthesiol, 2009.


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