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ProductsWarmAir Warming Tube
Company Cincinnati Sub-Zero
Item WarmAir Warming Tube
Features 
  • No Interference
  • The Warming Tube never has to be removed or treatment interrupted to gain patient access.
  • Patient Comfort - Soft, spun bond, polypropylene material assures maximum patient comfort
Description CSZ's Warming Tube is a cost-effective method of providing patient warming while maintaining full access to your patient. The warming tube is ideal for use in the PACU, ICU, OR, Cath. Lab., and Radiology. The CSZ Warming Tube is the most flexible method to warm patients since it may be used in almost any clinical setting.
Info Cincinnati Sub-Zero
Customer Service: (800) 989-7373

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