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Blood warmers are medical devices used to warm blood and fluids before they are administered to a patient. They are designed to maintain the temperature of the blood and fluids at a safe and consistent level, reducing the risk of hypothermia. Blood warmers are commonly used in surgery, dialysis, and other medical procedures.
Blood warmers come in a variety of sizes and shapes, ranging from small, portable units to large, stationary units. They can be used with a variety of fluids, including blood, saline, and other solutions. Most blood warmers are powered by electricity, although some models are powered by batteries.
The price range for blood warmers varies widely depending on the type and size of the unit. Portable units can cost anywhere from $100 to $500, while stationary units can cost up to $2,000. Some manufacturers of blood warmers include B Braun, Baxter, and CareFusion.