Hospital Solutions

MaxPlus coolers and specimen pouches are perfect for in-hospital use, stat transport, transfusion deliveries, hematology specimens pick-ups and more. Our coolers are optimized for packed red cells, whole blood, platelets, plasma, specimens, tissue and organs. All with no special handling or bench-time conditioning. The pre-validated MaxPlus blood coolers with simple pack-outs and instructions can be issued in a matter of seconds helping our clients protect the safety of patients.

MaxPlus Blood Transfusion Coolers

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Validated coolers with integrated temperature monitoring for storing and transporting whole blood, packed red blood cells and chilled plasma for up to 24 hours.

MaxPlus Alpha Coolers feature a live temperature status LCD display on the cooler and live tracking on mobile devices and computers providing end-to-end chain of custody records.

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Optimized for storing and transporting packed red blood cells, thawed plasma and platelets in a single cooler for up to 12 hours.

 

With enhanced infection control compliance. 

Validated cooler for Emergency Medical Transport & Air Evac Operations that holds 2 (500 ml) whole blood units for 24 hours.

 

Optimized for rapid deployment and durability for repeated use in the field. 

Optimized for storing and transporting packed red blood cells, thawed plasma and platelets for up to 24 hours. 

 

All with no special handling or bench-time conditioning.

MaxPlus Diagnostic Specimen Transport

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Optimized for transporting refrigerated, frozen or room temperature blood specimen tubes for up to 8 hours.

 

The MaxPlus Specimen Pouch packs up to 30 x 6mL tubes and is validated for in-hospital, courier or lock-box specimen storage operations.

MaxPlus STAT Pouch

Optimized for STAT issue of rare blood units.

 

The MaxPlus STAT Pouch is validated up to 60 minutes for in-hospital use.