+ Thermal management
+ Climate control for intensive care patients
Rapid oxygen supply is the main goal of intensive care medicine. The Intensobox animal oxygen cage provides the patient with the required amount of oxygen in the shortest possible time.
The computer-controlled system in combination with the airtight cage optimizes oxygen consumption to a minimum. Sensors are used to automatically regulate oxygen, carbon dioxide, humidity, air and floor temperature, thus providing maximum safety.
Modern sensor technology: Maximum safety for your patients thanks to multiple sensors for climate and oxygen control.
Easy to maintain: The Intensobox oxygen kennels are designed to be service-friendly and easy to clean.
WiFi-capable: Our team can perform remote maintenance on your Intensobox via internet.
Sustainable: The installed sensors are not consumables and do not need to be calibrated at great expense. Parts can be repaired without great effort and replaced in small modules, in most cases by the user himself. This saves costs and protects the environment.
In this video we will explain the handling and usage of the oxygen cage Intensobox.
Dr. René Dörfelt (University of Munich) is Veterinary Specialist in Emergency and Critical Care. In this video he explains how to treat patients that are in need of oxygen and his experience with the Intensobox.
Individual customization: Our Intensobox oxygen kennel can be adapted to your needs in various sizes. The Intensobox is stackable and can be combined with other boxes.
Infinite options: Customization options range from the length of the base, the position and number of medical equipment rails, the various feet, to trim and panels. In addition, we accommodate your changes during the construction of the Intensobox.
Special design: A configuration of multiple Intensoboxes in one unit or the combination of Open Cages with one or more Intensoboxes is possible.
Intensive care unit for animals: The Intensobox is an oxygen cage that gots the ability to think for itself. Through various sensors an automatic oxygen control takes place.
Full control: Oxygen application has become an indispensable part of modern intensive care medicine. However, oxygen boxes are often a risk due to high temperatures and uncontrollable oxygen and CO₂ levels. The latest generation of oxygen boxes solves these problems with modern sensor and control technology.
The Intensobox is a closed computer-controlled intensive regeneration station. Within one minute, an oxygen concentration of 21% up to 95% can be provided on demand to rapidly oxigenate patients. The floor heating which is accurately regulated also enables safe and rapid warming and thus faster regeneration of critical patients.
The Intensobox can also be used to stabilize critical patients overnight.
The administration of oxygen in acute life-threatening situations represents a decades-old cornerstone of emergency medicine. The fact that the oxygen concentration can easily be increased from as low as 21% in the surrounding air to a multiple thereof, allows rapid treatment of hypoxic conditions of various kinds in a simple manner. At the same time, an increased supply of oxygen in the breathing air can also compensate to some extent for deficits in oxygen transport and oxygen availability on a cellular level.
The level of oxygen demand of a tissue is determined by the functional state of the individual cells. Thus, stress, pain, fever, trauma, defense against infections, etc. lead to an increase in oxygen consumption, whereas sleep, sedatives, anesthetics, cooling, etc. lead to its decrease.
With its computer-controlled, automatic system, the Intensobox regulates everything for your patient: maximum oxygen supply, safe CO₂ removal, optimal humidity. The patient does not have to wear an annoying collar or nasal probe and can simply relax on the integrated floor heating. Due to the constant measurement of the air values inside the Intensobox, the patient is optimally supplied to recover faster and more stable.
+++ (very good), 0 (average), — (insufficient/poss. danger)
* Erhardt, H., Haberstroh, Anästhesie und Analgesie beim Klein- und Heimtier. Vol. 2. 2011.
** Measuring as of ISO 9001.
ARC Animal Referral Center Switzerland
“The boxes have taken our intensive care to another level. The operation is very simple and intuitive. We are more than satisfied with the workmanship and service.”
Veterinary clinic Düsseldorf
“We are very happy to work with the Intensoboxes; the oxygen boxes have become an important part of our daily work. It is particularly practical that the oxygen concentration is infinitely variable. In addition, overheating does not occur. We are very satisfied with the Intensoboxes, because we can rely on the functionality due to good workmanship. There is also the possibility of remote maintenance. The devices are in intensive use and, due to their well thought-out concept, they facilitate the work of our employees.”
Veterinary clinic Oberhaching
“We are very satisfied with the 150x80cm Intensobox, which we have been using since July 2020. Intensovet responded to our special requests during production and implemented them according to our ideas. The cooperation was very uncomplicated. During the treatment with the Intensobox we can observe a fast improvement of the patients’ condition. The oxygen box facilitates our everyday life in the intensive care unit by a very good stabilization and insight on the patient. Patients do not overheat and the humidity remains in the normal range even during long use. The operation on the display is intuitive and very simple. The box is robustly built and easy to clean.”
Clinic for veterinary medicine of the University of Giessen
The Intensobox in a nutshell