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Neonatal Whole Body Cooling is shown to improve outcomes for newborns meeting the requirements for HIE.1,2 Cincinnati Sub-Zero’s Blanketrol III with it’s “Gradient Technology” and the Kool-Kit® Neonate provide accurate and safe patient temperature management.

Neonatal Whole Body Cooling is shown to improve outcomes for newborns meeting the requirements for HIE.1,2 Cincinnati Sub-Zero’s Blanketrol III with it’s “Gradient Technology” and the Kool-Kit® Neonate provide accurate and safe patient temperature management. This system offers:

  • The ability to reach and maintain goal temperature as well as provide controlled re-warming for the patient.
  • One self sealing random flow water blanket.
  • One 9Fr. general purpose temperature probe.
  • One pair of white socks.
  • One pair of pink mittens.
  • One pair of blue mittens.

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1. Shankaran, Seetha, et al. “Outcomes of Safety & Effectiveness in a Multicenter Randomized, Controlled Trial of Whole-Body Hypothermia for Neonatal Hypoxic - Ischemic Encephalopathy.” Pediatrics 122 (2008): 790-799.

2. Zanelli, S.A., et al. “Implementation of a ‘Hypothermia for HIE’ program: 2-year experience in a single NICU.” Journal of Perinatology 28 (2008): 171-175.

 

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