Patient warming

Join us at the ANESTHESIOLOGY 2014 Congress October 11-15

By: Mölnlycke Health Care, 9월 29 2014Posted in: Patient warming

This five-day event will be held in New Orleans, USA and will play host to about 15,000 attendees from around the world. The congress offers an opportunity to learn about the latest science and technology in the speciality of anaesthesiology.  More than 500 sessions, including special lectures, workshops and panel discussions, allow for a global network of attendees to collaborate during this anaesthesia-related educational event.

Mölnlycke Health Care will be exhibiting at ANESTHESIOLOGY™ 2014 with the newly launched BARRIER® EasyWarm® active self-warming blanket. Perioperative hypothermia is a real problem that can have severe consequences. Patient warming, particularly prewarming, has been shown not only to help maintain patient normothermia but has also contributed to reduced surgical site infection rates, shorter recovery times1 and less patient anxiety2. BARRIER EasyWarm is clinically proven to help reduce the incidence of hypothermia during surgery3.

Join us at booth 1400 to hear more about BARRIER EasyWarm and how it can help you keep your patients warm before, during and after surgery.

Registration for this event has ended.



  1. Kurz A, Sessler D, Lenhardt R. Perioperative normothermia to reduce the incidence of surgical wound infection and shorten hospitalization. N Engl J Med 1996; 334: 1209-16.
  2. Wagner D, Byrne M, Kolcaba K. Effects of comfort warming on preoperative patients. AORN Journal 2006 Sep; 84 (3): 427-30, 432, 434-36, 438-448.
  3. Raeder J, Geertsen K, Van de Velde M, Van Gerven E, Horn B, Torossian A. Reduced hypothermia and improved patient thermal comfort by perioperative use of a disposable active self-warming blanket. Poster presented at: 67th Annual Postgraduate Assembly in Anesthesiology; 2013 Dec 13-17; New York, New York.
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