It’s widely known that inadvertent hypothermia is common among surgical patients and can lead to serious complications. Unwarmed patients can lose up to 1.6°C during the first hour under general anesthesia, as they are unable to regulate their temperature. Forced air warming has proven to be one of the most effective methods of warming a patient to maintain normothermic temperatures and prevent the complications associated with hypothermia during surgery. And now, maintaining normothermia has never been so easy with the Calima Convective Forced Air Warming System and its comprehensive portfolio of overbody and underbody blankets — including the WarmTouch blankets.
- Brand: Calima
- Category: Fluid warmers
- Includes: Calima Bowler with 6m hose, a stand, and the power cord
- Size: 285x280x290 (H x W x D)
- Weight: 5,70Kg
- Air temperature of output: Ambient, 38ºC, 43ºC y 45ºC
- Accuracy: ±1ºC
- Power supply: 230VAC 50Hz
- Fuse: 2x6A (5x20mm medium acting)
- Protection against fluid ingression: IPX2
- Thermal protection: Internal thermostat
- Electrical class protection: Class I (IEC 61140 )
- Electrical Medical classification: BF (IEC 60601-1)
- Air filter: HEPA 0.15-0.2 Micron
- Air speed of Output:
- Low: 9m/s
- Medium: 13m.s
- High: 16m/s
- The Calima convective forced air warming unit can be applied during surgery when your patient is under general anesthesia.
- Rigorously tested to withstand strong adhesive tape removal without ripping.
- This warming system is versatile, compact, secure, and user-friendly.
- Compliant with compatibility and flammability standards.
- Robust and compact
- 3 Turbine speeds and 4 temperature settings to optimize performance, matching power to clinical requirements and ensuring noise levels are kept to a minimum
- Small and lightweight, which makes it easy to set up, move, and stable when mounted on a trolley, I. V. Pole or next to the patient
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