Apr 20, 2016
While Bair Hugger forced air warming (FAW) blankets aren’t new technology, they are new to the headlines. Recently, you may have seen articles about pending lawsuits against Bair Hugger’s parent company, 3M, based on information from the device’s original inventor, Dr. Scott Augustine.*
So, what’s true, what’s not, and what does it mean for patients at your hospital?
The Lumere research team has identified the 5 things that supply chain leaders need to know about the Bair Hugger controversy:
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*Correction: An earlier version of this post said that Dr. Augustine “spearheaded” the lawsuits against 3M. Dr. Augustine is not affiliated with those suits.
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