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One Degree Medical’s irrigation fluid warming system:

designed to help prevent inadvertent hypothermia and keep your patients safe.

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Warm irrigation fluid is one critical piece of the equation when it comes to maintaining patient normothermia and avoiding the costs associated with inadvertent hypothermia.1-2 By implementing an irrigation fluid warming protocol in your OR, you may be able to reduce the likelihood of negative patient outcomes and save costs for your hospital.

We Have Taken The Worry Out of Your Active Irrigation Fluid Warming

A drape that fits perfectly every time

 

  • Designed so there are no gaps between the drape and warming unit
  • May reduce the risk of drape failures during use
  • Easy draping
  • May reduce draping time
  • Reduce the need to train and retrain nurses, avoiding downtime

A system for on-demand, warmed irrigation fluid

 

  • Know the exact temperature of your irrigation fluid
  • Stop spending time labeling and rotating saline bottles in your warming cabinet
  • Potentially reduce OR foot traffic from retrieving bottles from warming cabinets
  • Reduce the risk of patients being exposed to irrigation fluid that is too cold or too hot

See what inadvertent hypothermia may be costing you and your patients

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References

  1.  Guidelines for Perioperative Practice. Denver, CO: AORN, 2016. Print.
  2. C.B. Mahoney, J. Odom. Maintaining intraoperative normothermia: a meta-analysis of outcomes with costs. AANA J. 1999; 67(2):155-63.