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Bair Hugger® Model 111 - Preoperative/Outpatient Care Blanket

ProductsBair Hugger® Model 111 - Preoperative/Outpatient Care Blanket
Company Arizant Healthcare Inc.
Item Bair Hugger® Model 111 - Preoperative/Outpatient Care Blanket
Features 
  • Comforms to the patient in seated, semi-reclined, or supine position
  • Ample draping tucks around shoulders, torso, and legs for easy positioning
  • Blanket can follow patient into recovery for additional thermal comfort
  • Latex-free
  • Lightweight
  • Easily disposed
  • Foot drape
Description The Bair Hugger outpatient blanket makes it easy to give your patients the benefit of prewarming and enhance patient comfort during outpatient procedures.
Info Arizant Healthcare Inc.
Customer Service: (800) 733-7775
Web site: http://www.arizanthealthcare.com

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