Targeted Temperature Management Systems

ZOLL® is the only company that offers both intravascular and surface temperature management solutions. Because patients, clinical scenarios, and protocols differ, the choice of target temperature is based on achieving the best outcome for each individual patient. ZOLL understands your need for a wide range of options, and we have your solution.

Thermogard HQ
Temperature Management System

Thermogard HQ™ and RescueNet ® CaseReview for Temperature Management bring together the power of speed and precision with patient data analytics to make high-quality temperature management achievable in a variety of settings.

Thermogard XP
Temperature Management System

Patients reach target temperature quickly and accurately with the Thermogard XP® (TGXP) temperature management system.1,2 It offers superior clinical efficiency in reaching and maintaining target temperature 100% of the time.1–6

Catheter Family

ZOLL combines precise temperature management with the critical care functions of a standard central venous catheter (CVC).

STx Surface Pad System

The ZOLL STx™ Surface Pad System, for cooling and warming patients, offers a vest and thigh pads that are designed with flow channels to enhance water circulation and feature a skin-friendly inner lining,* and soft, flexible tube extensions for ease of use.

*Indications: For patient temperature management by trained healthcare professionals only. STx+ Surface Pad Systems to be used with STx Console.
Note – STx+ Surface Pad sets are accessories intended for use with the STx Console. Refer to the STx Console Instructions for Use for full listing of indications, contraindications, warnings, cautions, and additional information.
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2Knapik P, et al. Kardiologia Polska. 2011;69(11):1157-1163.
3Mayer SA, et al. Critical Care Medicine. 2004;(3)212:2508-2515.
4Diringer MN, et al. Critical Care Medicine. 2004;(32)2:559-564.
5Heard KJ, et al. Resuscitation. 2010;81:9-14.
6Horn CM, et al. Journal of Neurointerventional Surgery. 2014 Mar;6(2):91-95.