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Warming/Cooling Units, Patient, Heart-Lung Bypass

Definition : Warming/cooling units designed to warm or cool the patient by extracorporeal heat exchange with the patient's perfused blood during heart-lung bypass procedures. These units consist of a central device including a cooling system (similar to a household refrigerator), a heating element, and pumps for heating and circulating liquid to a heat exchanger; the heat exchanger controls the blood and/or cardioplegic solution temperature during the entire cardiovascular procedure (e.g., induces hypothermia, warms the blood). Some heart-lung bypass units incorporate both the heat exchanger (which may be disposable) and the heating/cooling unit (i.e., the mixer) as integral parts.

Entry Terms : "Hypo/Hyperthermia Units, Mobile, Heart-Lung Bypass"

UMDC code : 17206

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Cincinnati Sub-Zero Products LLC

Company Type: Parent

Cincinnati Sub-Zero (CSZ) Products, Inc. opened for business as a distributor of frozen foods that would later become the first U.S. distributor of home deep-freezers. Nine years after its start, the company changed directions and began manufacturing and marketing temperature-controlled products.

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