Israeli device spreads warmth during surgery:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Israeli company MTRE Advanced Technology expects to receive US FDA approval in the first half of next year for a device that controls the temperature of patients during surgery. The microprocessor-controlled, water warmed suit prevents hypothermia during general anaesthetic, a side-effect that affects as many as 65% of patients, according to the Caesarea-based company. The Allon device has been submitted to the FDA for use in general anaesthesia surgery, intensive care units and emergency department trauma cases.
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