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PATIENT WARMING

On this page you will find our full product range within patient heating. 

Should you have any questions about the catalogue, you are welcome to contact us at michael@danishhealthcare.com

Should you also have requests for new products, you are also more than welcome to send us an email regarding this. 

We look forward to hearing from you. 

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NAME

LEGWARMER

ID

1900

USE

For preventing heat loss from the legs during surgery and under anaesthesia. It is important to keep the patient's temperature at a normal level, as a fall in temperature will result in a longer healing process afterwards.

SURGERIES

  • The nervous system

  • Endocrine organs

  • Eye and eye area

  • Ear, nose and larynx

  • Lips, teeth, jaws, mouth and throat 

  • Cardiac and major intrathoracic blood vessels 

  • Respiratory tract, thorax, mediastinum and diaphragm

  • Breast

  • Digestive organs and spleen

  • Urinary tract, male genitalia and retroperitoneal tissue

  • Female genitalia

  • Obstetric surgery

  • The musculoskeletal system

  • Peripheral blood vessels and lymphatic system

  • Skin and subcutis

  • Minor surgical procedures

  • Endoscopies via natural and artificial orifices  

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NAME

WARMCAP

ID

1901

USE

For preventing heat loss from the head during surgery and under anaesthesia. With Velcro on the cap for securing tubes.

It is important to keep the patient's temperature at a normal level, as a fall in temperature will result in a longer healing process afterwards.

SURGERIES

  • The nervous system

  • Endocrine organs

  • Eye and eye area

  • Ear, nose and larynx

  • Lips, teeth, jaws, mouth and throat 

  • Cardiac and major intrathoracic blood vessels 

  • Respiratory tract, thorax, mediastinum and diaphragm

  • Breast

  • Digestive organs and spleen

  • Urinary tract, male genitalia and retroperitoneal tissue

  • Female genitalia

  • Obstetric surgery

  • The musculoskeletal system

  • Peripheral blood vessels and lymphatic system

  • Skin and subcutis

  • Minor surgical procedures

  • Endoscopies via natural and artificial orifices 

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