Anaesthesic induced hypothermia is a well known issue, and occurs in a high percentage of patients, the HotDog warming blanket was designed specifically to reduce these risks
The HotDog® warming blanket is a breakthrough technology, reduce these risks designed to reduce the risk of hypothermia. The patented ThermAssure™ fabric is a conductive polymer which responds to low-voltage current, warming throughout, without hot spots.
Choose from a large range of reusable mats and single or dual port controllers options.
Fast warm up time - warms up in minutes
Sensor ensures perfect temperature continuously
Flexible enough to use under, over or around patient
Heavy duty nylon outer shell is easy to clean and resists damage/punctures
Reusable – Economical and saves money
Adjustable straps to ensure maximum contact are included
Even distribution of heat
Durable waterproof blankets
Maintenance free controller
No blowing of air on surgical site
Easily fits through cages slats
Wont incubate bacteria!
A sensor within the blanket ensures the blanket stays at the perfect temperature at all times, a second sensor works as a safety back-up. The controller has 2 over – temperature alarms for safety. If the blanket exceeds maximum temperature setting, it will set off an alarm with a constant beep and light. If the temperature continues to rise, it will automatically shut off ensuring no patient can overheat. If the alarm sounds, the blanket can be reset to safe temperatures by turning the controller off and on.
The medium temperature setting is recommended, but the high setting may be needed if the barrier between the patient and the blanket is thick enough to limit the heat transfer
A barrier that has absorbed a lot of fluids should not be in contact with the sensor area of the blanket, as the sensor will continuously call for more heat from the controller to try to warm the wet barrier up to the set temperature. This can result in over-warming of areas of the blanket not in contact with the cooler fluid-soaked barrier.
Particularly for long procedures or heavy animals, we recommend some padding on the hard table or trough, under the Hot Dog blanket, to mitigate any pressure points.
Damaged blankets can result in uneven heating as fluid ingress will eventually damage the heater fabric in the blankets
Peroxide-based cleaners can damage the blankets, causing uneven heating
Protect your New Purchase With A Care Plan From Burtons
Here for the life of your equipment, Burtons proudly offers a complete aftercare solution for much of our equipment range Including Maintenance plans, Waste gas monitoring, Equipment Repair and Calibration.
Why is an Equipment Care Plan The Right Thing for your Vital Equipment?
Planned preventative maintenance is your best defence against sudden failure of vital, frequently used equipment. Much of the equipment we see in practice today has been recycled and is of an age where failure of components is highly likely unless routine maintenance is carried out.
By regularly having your equipment serviced you are extending the life of your equipment and ensuring it is working to its full ability
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