Cooling Headliner

Innovative, non-invasive cooling

The Cooling Headliner offers an innovative, non-invasive method of controlling body temperature through cooling of the head and neck (carotid triangle). Its flexible design and small footprint allow uninterrupted cooling for a wide variety of procedures, without obstructing clinicians.

How does it work?

The EMT and ICU Systems contain air and liquid pumps that pressurize and circulate chilled coolant to distinct layers inside the Cooling Headliner:

Coolant circulates through the inner layer, closest to the patient’s skin, resulting in heat exchange between the coolant and the patient.

Air pressurizes the outer layer, insulating against external heat and, coupled with the elasticity of the Pad’s lacing, pressing the cooling surface into intimate contact with the patient’s skin to significantly enhance heat transfer.

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Key Features


Thin, compliant, one-size-fits-all design

Headliner comprises a serpentine panel laced together by elastic cord, which gives the Pad structure and flexibility to fit many head shapes and sizes. Quick-release connectors allow rapid patient transfer without removing or replacing the Pad.


Non-invasive, durable, certified biocompatible

Laminated nylon construction provides unmatched durability and patient comfort. All materials proven biocompatible in studies at an independent laboratory under GLP compliance (FDA, 21 CFR, Part 58)


Cervical collar enhances pre-hospital use

The exterior layer of the Headliner has Velcro™-compatible material; this facilitates attachment to an adjustable cervical collar (Aspen Vista®), which allows a medic to deploy cooling in the field, immediately after stabilization of the head and neck.


Patented, nickel-thin microdot cooling pad

Patented dot matrix design maximizes cooling surface area, with pneumatic counter-pressure for improved thermal conductivity. Cools the head and neck (carotid triangle) to reduce patient temperature.

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To learn more about Body and Brain Cooling products please contact us. View related published papers and data on the Clinical & Scientific Data page.

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