Warming Units, Contrast Media
Definition : Warming units designed to store and warm contrast-media vials before administration. These units include cabinets with appropriate shelves capable of warming many (e.g., 10 to 40) vials simultaneously; the temperature range is typically from room temperature to 60 degrees C (140 degrees F). Contrast-media warming units are used to reduce the viscosity in highly viscous contrast agents such as those with high iodine concentration.
Entry Terms : "Warmers, Blood/Solution" , "Blood/Solution Warmers" , "Contrast Media Warmers" , "Fluid Warmers" , "Warmers, Solution" , "Solution Warmers" , "Warming Units, Blood/Solution"
UMDC code : 18848