CardioQuip LLC of College Station, TX at MEDICA 2020 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine
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CardioQuip LLC

8422, Calibration ct, 77845 College Station, TX
USA
Telephone +1 979 6910202
Fax +1 979 6910206
info@cardioquip.com

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This company is co-exhibitor of
State of Texas

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Electromedical equipment / medical technology
  • 01.03  Surgery devices, endoscopy devices
  • 01.03.05  Instruments and apparatus for cardiac and thoracic surgery

Instruments and apparatus for cardiac and thoracic surgery

Our products

Product category: Instruments and apparatus for cardiac and thoracic surgery

MCH-1000(i)™

The MCH-1000(i)™ offers best-in-class cooler-heater performance in a space conscious footprint. A 9 gal (36L) insulated, valved cold-water tank keeps ice cold, and 1600W of heat offers more efficient rewarming.

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Product category: Instruments and apparatus for cardiac and thoracic surgery

MCH-1000(m)™

The MCH-1000(m)™ Compact Unit packs full-sized cooler-heater performance in a compact footprint. A 2.5 Gallon (9.5L) tank, small footprint, and low current mode make this the most versatile cooler-heater on the market.

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Product category: Instruments and apparatus for cardiac and thoracic surgery

MiniCart™

Designed to increase the portability of the MCH-1000(m)™ compact unit, the stainless MiniCart™ is fully customizable to suit your specific needs. A slide-and-lock lower-shelf and dual adjustable infusion poles give you versatility on the go.

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About us

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Powerful Patient Temperature Control
Without Sacrificing Patient Safety.

As temperature control continues to play a vital role in patient outcomes, today's clinician needs maximum performance without risking patient safety.

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