Hypothermia for HIE
Traditional hypothermia treatment relies heavily on the use of manual cooling and rewarming methods such as ice packs, in which temperature control is not only inaccurate, but also leaves much room for human error. The current trend in the treatment of HIE has shifted heavily towards Precise Temperature Control by means of cooling devices that provide caregivers with Streamlined Procedures throughout the entire treatment process, hence, the P6.
State of the Art
More than just Cooling
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i-Servo™ Temperature Control System
Quick access buttons on the side of the screen allows caregivers to easily switch between Hypothermia mode and Normothermia mode, tailored for versatility without the hassle when attending to patients' needs.
Hypothermia Mode comes with an Intelligent Automatic Transition from Cooling-Maintenance treatment to Rewarming when Auto Mode is selected.
Normothermia Mode is applicable during surgery to help patients maintain stable temperatures, tailored to best meet every unique surgical situation.
Seeing is Believing
Our large 12.1” capacitive touchscreen accommodates up to 3
clearly observable temperature trend graphs, granting caregivers
better tools when assessing patient conditions.
Trend data can be recorded for 80 hours, and high-resolution data can be reviewed in 1 hour intervals for more in-depth analysis. Trend reviews aid medical staff in disease diagnosis, increasing diagnostic accuracy and work efficiency.
Round-the-clock Protection through Modular Monitoring
Unexpected complications in newborns receiving therapeutic hypothermia can be overwhelming and stressful due to the influence it has on their cardiopulmonary system, which is why, to lighten caregivers’ load, we provide constant monitoring of vital signs to ensure that nothing goes unnoticed.
Flexible auto/manual measurement.
Up to 2000 recordable logs for diagnostic analysis.
VMasimo SpO2. Reliable and accurate measurement for newborns even with very low perfusion and motion.
Nellcor’s SatSeconds Smart Alarm detects SpO2 changes in an accurate and timely manner.
Smart lead detection automatically detects a loose lead and switches channels.
Gain and Filter options for clear and easily observable ECG waveforms.
Constant monitoring coupled with our ECG and HR alarms provide caregivers with peace of mind during patient care.
Allowing for more timely response from caregivers.
Our tried-and-tested water blanket plays a crucial role in
temperature transmission during the 72-hour hypothermia treatment.
With two types to choose from, they are a perfect complement to the
P3/P6, providing a truly outstanding end-user experience for each
and every neonate.
Able to withstand long-term hypothermia treatment, COMEN water blankets are made of polyurethane materials, which are anti-corrosive, durable, and superior resistance to low temperatures, ensuring stable treatment with all the safety and comfort a baby needs.
Safe design: Material safety and durability tested using strict Biocompatibility Testing standards.
Error prevention:Water supply tube interface comes with two common channels that act as both inlet and outlet, preventing any errors during tube connection.Practical use: Large surface area accommodates the needs for neonates of all sizes.
Flat-type Water Blanket
Durable and Reusable
Flat design allows for easier disinfection.
- One-time-use greatly reduces cross-contamination
- Easier on the skin with our non-woven fabric wrap
- One-piece suit, up to 88% surface area coverage