Malignant Hyperthermia Cart
The Malignant Hyperthermia Cart helps with patient safety by providing a convenient way to store and transport refrigerated cold packs and saline solutions. The cart can store critical items needed in a Malignant Hyperthermia emergency.
Malignant Hyperthermia Cart Includes:
- 1.6 cubic feet Refrigerator/Freezer (120V, 60Hz, Latex Free)
- Cold Packs
- Temperature Indicator
- Hospital Grade Plug w/10′ Cord
- Security Sealing System
- Plastic Top
- Drawer Configuration 2-3″ and 1-6″
- 44-1/2″H x 20-3/8″D x 32″W
- 90 Days Warranty on Freezer
Inside drawer dimensions: 22-7/8″D x 16-1/4″W
Convenient Storage for Malignant Hyperthermia Treatment
Inside drawer dimensions: 22-7/8″W x 16-1/4″D
Optional Malignant Hyperthermia Cart package includes:
- TIV-1 IV Pole
- TMH-2 Full Drawer Tray w/Dividers
- TDV-5 Divider Set
- TOB-1 Oxygen Tank Brackets
Carts can be totally customized to fit your needs. Options also come in Value Packages to save money. Please send KMI an email ([email protected]) or give us a call (541-508-0540) to quote a full accessories package for your new cart.
Note: Carts are built as they are ordered and are not returnable.
MPD Carts are manufactured as ordered and are therefore not returnable. There are exceptions for manufacturing defects. Defective carts require a pre-approved Return Merchandise Authorization number to be issued by MPD Manufacturing Customer Service Department. Please make sure the cart you are ordering is exactly what you need.
Inspect all packages carefully and note any carton damage (i.e. torn, dented, hole) on delivery receipt or bill of lading prior to signing your name. If there is excessive damage to cart packaging, OPEN and inspect the cart immediately, prior to accepting the cart. If the cart is damaged, REFUSE the cart and notify our Customer Service Department.
In case of Concealed Damage, DO NOT DISCARD PACKAGING or move product from receiving area. Call Customer Service within 72 hours. Failure to follow procedure releases any liability on damaged goods.
You may be asked to take and send pictures of both the damage and packaging, so our company can file a freight claim with the carrier.