Adult TTM (Targeted Temperature Management) Pad

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is a therapeutic hypothermia procedure in which the body temperature is lowered to 32-34 °C within the first 12 hours and kept constant at this level for a maximum of 72 hours after reaching the target temperature in order to ensure successful neurological recovery in patients with spontaneous circulation after its application. Adult TTM pads are used in small (S) and large (L) sizes, with the flexibility to be applied, for therapeutic hypothermia treatment to appropriate standards.

Neonatal Hypothermia PadNeonatal Hypothermia Pad

Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE) is a brain injury resulting from systemic hypoxia resulting from impaired placental and pulmonary gas exchange and decreased cerebral blood flow in a newborn baby. Hypothermia pad application is the first effective neuroprotective intervention in newborns exposed to life-threatening asphyxia.

It is used for therapeutic hypothermia and cooling procedures in newborn patients at appropriate standards.