PLANO, Texas — A recent study concluded that “using uncoated aluminum plates in fluid‐warming systems can lead to a risk of administering potentially harmful concentrations of aluminum when balanced crystalloid solutions are used” and that “even in a coated warming device, aluminum concentrations are detectable, but remain below the limit of quantification, LOQ (i.e. our methodology does not have the ability to differentiate between the concentrations we measured and the FDA threshold)” (Aluminium release by coated and uncoated fluid‐warming devices, T. Perl, N. Kunze‐Szikszay, A. Bräuer, M. Quintel, A. L. Röhrig, K. Kerpen U. Telgheder).
If you are concerned with aluminum warming, worry not: the QinFlow Warrior cutting-edge warming technology is 100% aluminum free.
It is made of Medical Grade Stainless Steel and it will warm near-freeze blood and fluids to body temperature at unmatched speed and safety, even at very high flow rates. This is an opportunity to switch to a next-generation warming technology that not only warms blood and fluids in a fast, safe, and simple-to-operate fashion but also uniquely allows for a complete continuum-of-care approach to patient warming (both battery and AC operable).
Since 2009 QinFlow (short for Quality in Flow) has worked to develop and perfect a proprietary fluid warming technology (patented) that delivers unparalleled levels of warming efficiency. The company’s modular system – termed the Warrior – provides first responders, critical care transports, and hospitals with a high performance, reliable, simple to operate, and completely portable blood and IV fluid warming device that operates flawlessly in all environmental conditions in order to fight hypothermia and save lives. QinFlow is headquartered in Rosh Ha’ayin (Israel) and Plano TX (USA). For more information on QinFlow and the Warrior modular system, visit www.QinFlow.com or write us at [email protected]