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Model 537 - Small Lower Body Blanket

ProductsModel 537 - Small Lower Body Blanket
Company Arizant Healthcare Inc.
Item Model 537 - Small Lower Body Blanket
Features 
  • Even heat distribution
  • Durable and flexible materials
  • Foot drapes
  • Attached clear head drape
  • Lightweight
  • Easily disposed
  • Latex-free
  • Meets flammability standards 16 CFR 1610
  • Effectively used for patients in the supine, lateral, or prone position
  • Can be used as a full body blanket on smaller patient
Description This blanket is ideal for warming the large child or small adult during upper body surgery.
Info Arizant Healthcare Inc.
Customer Service: (800) 733-7775
Web site: http://www.arizanthealthcare.com

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