Core body temperature is a critical vital sign that should be monitored throughout the perioperative journey. Proactively monitoring temperature with a consistent, accurate, and non-invasive system can help you maintain normothermia (36.0°C - 37.5°C)1,2 and protect patients from unintended perioperative hypothermia, a complication associated with numerous negative outcomes, including surgical site infection.
Actively measure patient temperature. Prewarm with 3Mᵀᴹ Bair Huggerᵀᴹ warming blanket or gown systems to help prevent hypothermia.
Monitor core temperature during surgery with the Bair Hugger temperature monitoring system. Proactively help achieve and maintain normothermia with Bair Hugger blanket or gown systems.
Continue to monitor patient temperature. Warm patients using Bair Hugger blanket and gown systems to aid recovery and improve the patient experience.
We offer a temperature management assessment program to analyze current practices at your facility to help you implement evidence-based protocols to improve clinical outcomes.
If you’re not currently prewarming your surgical patients and monitoring patient temperature, it may be higher than you think. That means your patients may be at greater risk for the complications associated with unintended hypothermia.
The 3Mᵀᴹ Bair Huggerᵀᴹ Normothermia System offers a solution for virtually any patient warming or temperature monitoring need, leveraging clinically researched technologies that are trusted and proven to help you improve patient outcomes.