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  • Gaymar MediTemp III FW600 Blood Warmer

Gaymar MediTemp III FW600 Blood Warmer

Brand: Gaymar
Condition: Refurbished

Product Description

Gaymar MediTemp III FW600 Blood Warmer - The Medi-Temp III blood and fluid warmer provides versatile, efficient temperature control for patient care, maintaining temperatures between 38°C and 43°C at flow rates of up to 500 ml/min. Medi-Temp III efficiently warms fluids for low and high flow rates. A digital display of fluid temperature allows for easy monitoring. The Medi-Temp III uses four sterile, disposable, non-pyrogenic, latex-free cassettes that provide effective, even heat. The versatile Medi-Temp III fits in the x-ray cassette slot of some OR tables and can be easily mounted to an IV pole stand. It is also sealed to protect components from IV drips.

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