Cardiopulmonary Bypass (CPB)
Temporarily takes over the function of the heart and lungs during cardiac surgery.
Advanced cardiopulmonary bypass components contribute to the success of millions of surgical procedures worldwide each year for more than 60 years.
Surgical perfusion allows no room for error. That’s why Getinge developed a multi-level, redundant safety system that protects even your high-risk patients during cardiopulmonary bypass.
No room for error
Getinge putting patients first for more than 30 years
The advanced perfusion features of the HL 40 heart-lung machine support appropriate treatment. A familiar, perfusionist-developed interface minimizes the learning curve to reduce use errors.
Getinge surgical perfusion components are used successfully in thousands of cardiopulmonary bypass procedures each year.
With Quadrox-i, Getinge offers a complete oxygenator family, with devices that serve every patient from the smallest neonate to the tallest adult.
Heater-Cooler Unit HCU 40
The heater-cooler unit HCU 40 convinces with features and functions that benefit both patient and user during increasingly complex cardiovascular surgical procedures.
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