Thermal Regulation System

$ 1,200.00 

  • Thermal Regulation System
  • Thermal Regulation System
  • Thermal Regulation System

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The Thermal Regulation System is a single unit blood transport container produced in Montana by CRO Medical.


Features:

  • 400mL or 550mL single unit blood transport container.
  • Temperature data logger for blood cold chain validation.
  • Automated Arctic temperature control to prevent freezing. 
  • Meets AABB hemovigilance standards for whole blood transportation. 
  • Tear-away panel included for versatile mounting options.
  • Velcro mounting option for inside medbag.
  • Manually heats to 104 degrees F (40C) 
  • Built-in pressure infuser.

 

The container can manually heat to 104F and maintain this temperature for two hours on a single charge. The heat passes through an air barrier surrounding the blood to provide safe and consistent circumferential, indirect, and radiant heat. Automated temperature control prevents freezing in extreme cold environments and maintains transport temperatures between 2-10C


*This product is not intended to be a warmer for blood administration. Use with FDA-approved in-line blood warmers for best results. 


The transport container maintains temperature between 2-10C for 12 hours at 40C ambient temp using the cold pack provided. Automated control for freezing environments keeps temperatures within transport parameters in extreme cold environments.


Pressure infuse your blood at the point of injury without removing the blood from the pocket.   


Integrates into the blood cold chain using built-in infrared temperature sensor. The sensor is accurate to + or - 0.4F and logs time-stamped temperature data every 3 mins into the on-board hard drive for simple retrieval in .csv format. This allows the operator to remove blood from the refrigerator and begin data logging temperature readings in real-time. If the blood warms above 10C during transport, an 8-hour countdown begins, indicating viable shelf life. If the temp remains within transport parameters between 2-10C, the blood can be validated using the temperature data log and returned for the remainder of the cold chain life cycle. This follows the best practices of cold chain validation for resource conservation and hemovigilance.


The LCD screen is preferred for operating in blacked-out conditions. No alarms or audible noise.

 

*Cold weather values established at -18C