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Hothead Technologies Partners with Shafer Enterprises to Provide Break-Through Technology to Monitor and Manage Normothermia in Medical Patients
Date:5/11/2010

p>"We are excited about the opportunity to use our H.O.T.™ System as a device that can serve the medical community in its task to keep normothermia manageable," says Jay Buckalew, CEO of Hothead Technologies. "The partnership with Shafer Enterprises is one that we've worked on for some time and are glad to see the two companies join forces in this ground breaking solution," adds Buckalew.

Hothead Technologies and Shafer Medical Devices are on the cover of this month's Surgical Products magazine. They showcase the H.O.T.™ System, which includes a headband embedded with a heat sensor, on a patient who is using the Pad.

"Shafer Enterprises through our Cool Vest has been an advocate for protecting surgeons from overheating in the operating room.  We believe the medical industry is one that can truly advance from our new technology solution," comments Tony Blackburn, vice president of sales and marketing at Shafer. "We know that medical staff must monitor each patient from room to room and physically record temperatures in an effort to monitor and manage normothermia. Now with the integration of the H.O.T.™ System with our Pad, the hospital staff can monitor every patient on the floor at one time, collect temperature data, print necessary reports and adjust patient temperatures to maintain optimum normothermia automatically.  It saves time and provides accountability, but most importantly, it provides staff with constant monitoring of all patients and when coupled with our Pad, the ability to continually adjust temperatures to maintain normothermia," says Blackburn.

The Hothead and Hypo/Hyperthermic Pad solution has proven to be successful in early trials. The sensor is not affected by other electronic devices, does not add to the clutter of wire cords, and does not interfere with
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