With non-contact thermometers still used widely for public screenings and in homes, the extensive evidence of their inaccuracies in detecting fever puts many people at risk of unknowingly transmitting COVID or delaying treatments.
The ability of the measuring device to maintain its calibration under service conditions and over a long period of time is of fundamental interest in temperature control. The IRt/c is rated at less than 0.1°C repeatabilities and has no measurable… Read more »
Signs Marketing and Distribution Agreement with Earth Line Co. for the Full Line of Non-Invasive Temporal Artery Thermometers for Both Hospitals and At-Home Users Exergen Corp, a global leader in infrared temperature measurement technologies for medical applications, announced today… Read more »
The data indicated that 18% of COVID patients who had symptoms spread the virus in the household, while only 0.7% of those without symptoms transmitted it.
Taken from “2020-2021 Healthcare Product All-Stars”from the “Healthcare Purchasing News Author – Rick Dana Barlow To achieve “All-Star” status in anything business or sports-related, one likely is judged on his or her performance during a specified time frame, whether that’s a… Read more »
Drastically Increases Manufacturing Capacity to Meet the Huge Demand for Temporal Artery Thermometers Exergen, a global leader in infrared temperature measurement technologies for medical applications, today announced that its a new manufacturing plant in Methuen, Massachusetts its now officially on-line…. Read more »
General Information Tire temperature is of critical concern in automotive racing for two reasons: 1) Tire temperature directly affects the tire’s adhesion and wear characteristics. For example, as it takes lap after lap around an oval track, a… Read more »
Exergen Launches Nurse Support Program to Ensure Access to an Accurate Thermometer at Home to Protect Themselves and Their Families Studies prove that patient-facing nurses and their households have a three- and two-fold increased risk of COVID-19 hospitalization, respectively. New… Read more »