Meet Your Match

The EnsoETM works with your existing heat exchange unit, so there’s no new capital to purchase.  ETM users report saving up to 50% on disposable costs and an average of $660 on anti-shivering medications per patient, as compared to other advanced TTM methods.

1) Find your current heat exchange unit
2) Select enteral feeding connector type

Altrix

(Stryker Altrix Temperature Management System)

 

Medi-therm III

(Gaymar/Stryker Medi-Therm III Hyper/Hypothermia System)

ENFit® Enteral Feeding + Suction

ECD03

Suction only

ECD01

Blanketrol II or III

(Cincinnati Sub-Zero Blanketrol II or Blanketrol III
Hyper-Hypothermia System)

ENFit® Enteral Feeding + Suction

ECD04

Suction only

ECD02

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Who Uses ETM for TTM?

We love this product!! Thanks for the opportunity to provide feedback!! 

Miles C. "Mark" Smalley, BSN, RN

Clinical Educator, Burn ICU-7H, Mercy Hospital- Springfield

I took care of an ETM patient during the maintenance/cooling and rewarming period.  It is much easier to handle, much cleaner, neater, and easier to reposition than what we were using.

MICU Nurse, Presence Resurrection Medical Center, Chicago

0Just put one in last night. Cooled quickly, no issues. Just using for normothermia (36°C) and working great.

Dorina Harper, MS, RN, ACNS-BC, CCRN, CNRN

Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist, Ohio State University

We love the device.  We are currently working with our materials department to bring the device into our system. Thanks,

Jessie Reid BSN, RN, CCRN, DPH

ICU & PCU Nursing Operations Manager, Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, a part of Orlando Health

We can now operate comfortably, with the OR at a reasonable temperature, and complete more surgical procedures in one sitting. John Dingley, MD

Anesthesiologist, Swansea University School of Medicine, Wales, U.K.

Very pleased with this device – less shivering resulted in less pharmacological interventions – Less $$$ cost in the end.*

*as verified by Khan, et. al. Joan Salomon-Sales, MS, CCRN, CNML

Nurse Manager, Intensive Care Unit, Presence Resurrection Medical Center

We love this product!! Thanks for the opportunity to provide feedback!! 

Miles C. "Mark" Smalley, BSN, RN

Clinical Educator, Burn ICU-7H, Mercy Hospital- Springfield

I took care of an ETM patient during the maintenance/cooling and rewarming period.  It is much easier to handle, much cleaner, neater, and easier to reposition than what we were using.

MICU Nurse, Presence Resurrection Medical Center, Chicago

Just put one in last night. Cooled quickly, no issues. Just using for normothermia (36°C) and working great.

Dorina Harper, MS, RN, ACNS-BC, CCRN, CNRN

Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist, Ohio State University

We love the device.  We are currently working with our materials department to bring the device into our system. Thanks,

Jessie Reid BSN, RN, CCRN, DPH

ICU & PCU Nursing Operations Manager, Dr. P. Phillips Hospital, a part of Orlando Health

We can now operate comfortably, with the OR at a reasonable temperature, and complete more surgical procedures in one sitting. John Dingley, MD

Anesthesiologist, Swansea University School of Medicine, Wales, U.K.

Very pleased with this device – less shivering resulted in less pharmacological interventions – Less $$$ cost in the end.*

*as verified by Khan, et. al. Joan Salomon-Sales, MS, CCRN, CNML

Nurse Manager, Intensive Care Unit, Presence Resurrection Medical Center

Detailed Specifications

ECD01

ECD02

ECD03

ECD04

EnsoETM: ECD02 EnsoETM: ECD03 with ENFit Connector EnsoETM: ECD04 with ENFit connector
External heat exchanger Stryker Altrix Temperature Management System
Gaymar/Stryker Medi-Therm III Hyper/Hypothermia System
Cincinnati Sub-Zero Blanketrol II or Blanketrol III Hyper-Hypothermia System Stryker Altrix Temperature Management System
Gaymar/Stryker Medi-Therm III Hyper/Hypothermia System
Cincinnati Sub-Zero Blanketrol II or Blanketrol III Hyper-Hypothermia System
Connector Gaymar/Stryker Clik-Tite Colder Products Company PLCD22004 Gaymar/Stryker Clik-Tite Colder Products Company PLCD22004
Enteral Feeding Connector None None ENFit® ENFit®
Intended duration of use 72 h 72 h 72 h 72 h
Material Medical-grade silicone
 (Does not contain natural rubber latex or phthalates)
Medical-grade silicone
(Does not contain natural rubber latex or phthalates)
Medical-grade silicone
(Does not contain natural rubber latex or phthalates)
Medical-grade silicone
(Does not contain natural rubber latex or phthalates)
Outside diameter 12.0 mm (0.47in, 36 Fr) 12.0 mm (0.47in, 36 Fr) 12.0 mm (0.47in, 36 Fr) 12.0 mm (0.47in, 36 Fr)
Inside diameter of gastric lumen 2.6 mm (.10 in) 2.6 mm (.10 in) 2.6 mm (.10 in) 2.6 mm (.10 in)
Length
 (from distal tip to proximal hub)
758 mm (29.8 in) 758 mm (29.8 in) 758 mm (29.8 in) 758 mm (29.8 in)
Water volume 55 mL (1.9 fl oz.) 55 mL (1.9 fl oz.) 55 mL (1.9 fl oz.) 55 mL (1.9 fl oz.)
Maximum pressure 103 kPa (15 psi) 103 kPa (15 psi) 103 kPa (15 psi) 103 kPa (15 psi)
Temperature range 4°C to 42°C (39°F to 108°F) 4°C to 42°C (39°F to 108°F) 4°C to 42°C (39°F to 108°F) 4°C to 42°C (39°F to 108°F)