The Only temperature management solution that stays with the patient

Ready-Heat Disposable Self-Warming Blankets are the only product of its kind to prevent/treat hypothermia
for Military and Civilian casualties worldwide.

In the field

All Ready-Heat Blankets come individually sealed in an oxygen free protective poly-bag. When the bag is opened, the blanket’s heating elements react with oxygen in the atmosphere and generate heat without the need of an external power source. They will maintain their temperature for over 8 hours.

DURING TRANSPORTATION

Our Ready-Heat First Responder blankets are perfect for patient transport and emergency rescue. They warm up quickly, over a period of 8-10 minutes, for immediate consistent warming. After reaching their peak temperature of 100°F/37.8°C they will remain warm for at least 8 hours.

Transfer

Our proprietary panel technology is used for slow, continuous and consistent warming. They heat up gradually over a period of 15-20 minutes and after reaching a peak temperature of 104°F/40°C they will provide sufficient warmth and comfort for at least 10 hours.

The Ready-Heat Panel Blanket line is US Military Medical Protocol and approved for fixed wing and rotary aircraft.

PRE, INTRA and POST OP

The Temperature Management solution for hospitals. A fully mobile patient warming device that can move with the patient from pre-op to intra-op and on to post-op.

Ready-Heat Temperature Management Blankets are a cost effective way to keep every patient warm by preventing anesthesia induced hypothermia, increasing patient comfort for higher quality of care and are an effective solution for infection control.

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Comfort & Protection

There’s a reason our blankets are US Military protocol—the technology

Ready-Heat blankets use medical grade non-woven BICO and specially engineered heating elements to create a controlled, measured heat over a long period of time, spreading the heat evenly over the patient.

News

Fundamentals of Combat Casualty Care

The Ready-Heat 4 Panel blanket has been Military Medical Protocol since 2006. Read more: fundamentals-of-combat-casualty-care

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Warming Protocol to Prevent Perioperative Hypothermia

“Inadvertent perioperative hypothermia (IPH) frequently occurs in patients undergoing general anesthesia (GA) in both the acute hospital and outpatient surgical […]

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