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Medical Thermometers & Temperature Screening Devices

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Medical thermometers and temperature screening devices measure body temperature to help detect infection and illness or monitor treatment and recovery. Oral thermometers are the most commonly used type of thermometer. They provide a baseline of comparison for other temperature-taking methods. Rectal thermometers and ear thermometers give readings that are 0.5°F (0.3°C) to 1°F (0.6°C) higher than oral thermometers. They are primarily used to take the temperature of infants and young children. Noncontact infrared thermometers measure forehead temperature without touching the skin.
Medical thermometers and temperature screening devices measure body temperature to help detect infection and illness or monitor treatment and recovery. Oral thermometers are the most commonly used type of thermometer. They provide a baseline of comparison for other temperature-taking methods. Rectal thermometers and ear thermometers give readings that are 0.5°F (0.3°C) to 1°F (0.6°C) higher than oral thermometers. They are primarily used to take the temperature of infants and young children. Noncontact infrared thermometers measure forehead temperature without touching the skin.

Adjunctive Temperature Screening Devices

Adjunctive Temperature Screening Devices
Adjunctive temperature screening devices take surface skin temperature measurements as part of a multi-step triage process. They provide initial screening prior to secondary evaluation with a noncontact infrared thermometer or clinical thermometer that determines core body temperature. These devices are commonly used in high-traffic areas such as airports, warehouses, and businesses to screen people for elevated temperatures.
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Infrared Thermometers

Infrared Thermometers
Noncontact infrared thermometers measure the forehead temperature of adults and infants without touching the skin. Sometimes called temporal scanners, forehead thermometers read 0.5°F (0.3°C) to 1°F (0.6°C) lower than oral thermometers.
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Digital Thermometers

Digital Thermometers
Digital thermometers provide clear numeric readings that are easier to interpret than an analog scale. They use electronic heat sensors or infrared rays to record body temperature.
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Disposable Thermometers

Disposable Thermometers
Disposable thermometers are individually wrapped for single patient use, helping reduce the risk of cross-contamination that could occur using other types of thermometers.
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Thermometer Probe Covers

Thermometer Probe Covers
Thermometer probe covers keep the probes on compatible thermometers clean and help eliminate cross-contamination, especially when the thermometer will be used for multiple patients.
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