Enthermics ivNow® Fluid Warmers Available From Central Medical Supplies

Updated Enthermics ivNow® fluid warming products, with new features, are now available from Central Medical Supplies Ltd (CMS). Enthermics is a pioneering company in the patient warming arena and CMS has been the UK distributor of Enthermics warming equipment for over fifteen years.

Enthermics ivNow® modular fluid warmers warm fluids when and where they are needed.  Products in the ivNow® range include ivNov-1, ivNow-2 and ivNow-3, which have capacity for one, two and three bags of fluid respectively. Individual units can be combined in any configuration and, as the units are now modular, they can be added to or removed as required rather than being a fixed unit. 

Convenient and easy to use, ivNow® fluid warmers quickly heat and maintain safe temperatures of intravenous and irrigation fluids, saving both space and staff time.  IV Now® fluid warmers record each bag’s warming time, to increase safety, comply with regulations and reduce waste.  The system monitors how long a bag has been warming for and will alarm if the fourteen day time limit is reached. Using IV Now®, a one litre bag of fluid can be warmed in approximately twenty five minutes, while a three litre bag can be warmed in around forty five minutes.

ivNow® can be mounted on pedestal stands, heavy duty mobile equipment pole stands and mast arms or anaesthesia trolleys. They can also be hung on walls using the back plate provided and additional mounting brackets. A new feature of ivNow® is that it can take a three litre bag of fluid without the need for a tilt kit.

For more information on the Enthermics ivNow® fluid warmers contact Tracey Pavier-Grant, Sales Director at Central Medical Supplies, on 01538 392 596 or email tracey@centralmedical.co.uk. Further details of the Enthermics range can be found at www.centralmedical.co.uk

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