| Forced Air Warming is a widely
used and clinically accepted intervention for the prevention
of hypothermia and/or rewarming of the postoperative surgical
patient. The principle of operation for forced air warming systems
is an electrically powered unit consisting of a fan and heating
element that provides warmed air via a flexible hose to a blanket
draped over the patient. Some configurations allow for the patient
to be placed on top of the blanket or surrounded by a warming
tube. The warming blankets are intended to distribute warm air
to the patient in a manner that is safe and effective.
Mistral-Air® brings innovation to the forced air hypothermia
market with an extensive range of warming blankets. Forced
air therapy is a standard of care in fighting hypothermia.
Before, during and after the surgical intervention, Mistral-Air®
blankets assist in keeping patients normothermic and stable.
Blower / Blanket tuned design
The Mistral-Air® warming blankets and Mistral-Air®
Plus warming unit are attuned to each other. This ensures
optimum performance and equal distribution of heat throughout
the entire blanket
A Fast, Safe & Easy System !!!
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Forced Air Warming
Temperature Management in Cardiac Surgery