The main purpose of a Dry Heat blood transfusion warmer is to regulate and sustain the temperature of blood and intravenous (IV) fluids at a safe and ideal level. Typically, this temperature is set to closely match the patient's body temperature, which is approximately 37 degrees Celsius. It is crucial to warm blood and fluids before administering them to ensure patient safety. The infusion of cold fluids or blood can lead to unfavorable reactions like hypothermia or cardiac issues. By warming these substances, the risk of temperature-related complications is significantly mitigated. This technology plays a vital role in preventing temperature-related complications during medical treatments and procedures, particularly those involving blood transfusions.