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Geyser™ Fluid Warming Systems

Geyser fluid warming system offers a complete solution that allows you to warm fluid effectively for all patients from KVO to 600ml/min.

  • Innovative- Celsius have designed, developed and patented a disposable aluminium laminated foil heat exchanger. This unique composition means the heat exchanger is  highly conductive with efficient and effective temperature control and transfer of heat.
  • Versatile- All in one fluid warming system with detachable inline warming capability suitable for all flows and types of procedures.
  • Outstanding Performance-

Geyser Standard Flow - warming above 36°C* from 20ml/min to 300ml/min with low priming volume of xxx

Geyser mini – warming above 36°C from KVO up to 30ml/min. Detachable option  available with both Geyser and            Geyser+.  The Geyser mini can be placed right next to the patient and has a low priming volume of xxxx

Geyser+ High flow transfusion – warming up to 600ml/min above 36°C*

Geyser Max Irrigation – warming up to 1lt/min of irrigation fluid

  • Flexible & easy to use – Move from theatre to recovery without have to disconnect and de-prime the system from the patient and giving sets.
  • Quick set up time – less then 2 minutes from turning on
  • Safe – Dry system, avoiding any potential risks associated with water bath-based warmers .Intelligent temperature management system, innovative heat exchanger and in built sensors ensures fast and accurate temperature control. Audio and visual temperature alarms with fail-safe cut off.
  • Robust & Low maintenance

Fluid warming systems are a crucial part of preventing Inadvertent hypothermia in medical patients.  It is clinically accepted that unintentional hypothermia, defined as when a core body temperature is below 36°C has been associated with many adverse outcomes. Including increased risk of wound infection, increased blood loss and a greater risk you will need a blood transfusion, a greater chance of heart problems and lengthening of patient recovery time which may require a longer stay in hospital2 (NICE clinical Guidelines). Fluid warming is used alongside Forced Air Warming in many instances and NICE guidelines recommend any fluids used during operations should be warmed to normal body temperature. See Clinical Information section for further studies (link this to Clinical information page)