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Alive After The Fall 2 Review

by Daisy Pricilla (2019-02-21)

Portable designs allow warmers to be applied in numerous Alive After The Fall 2 settings including emergency response environments, operating rooms, intensive care, and field treatment scenarios. Equipment today is far more applicable than what was once offered to hospital environments. Single use designs are now battery powered and light in weight making them usable in limited space environments. Supplied setup and warming times of less than a minute offer quick application in any scenario. Size reductions have removed them from having to be a stationary piece of equipment and make the equipment available to emergency responders. Hospitals are capable of storing many blood fluid warmers on a single floor to ensure availability at all times. They can easily be stored in first response vehicles and applied within a few minutes of arrival. These qualities have greatly reduced treatment risks during the infusion process. Application is recommended in situations where the patient will be receiving fifty percent or more in fluid volume. Rapid infusion and surgery situations are other reasons for warming prior to administration. Professionals apply warmers to prevent complications while performing extensive procedures or when trauma has occurred.