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Exergen’s “Spot the Scanner” Contest Featured By One Mommy Saving Money

The One Mommy Saving Money blog has posted details regarding Exergen's “Spot the Scanner” Contest. Exergen's Temporal Scanner is designed to measure the temperature of the skin surface over the temporal artery, a major artery of the head. For complete contest details please visit: http://onemommasavingmoney.blogspot.com/2011/04/spot-scanner-contest.html

Exergen Temporal Thermometer Reviewed By Massachusetts Mommy

The Massachusetts Mommy blog has posted their review of Exergen's Temporal Thermometer. Exergen's Temporal Thermometer is designed to measure the temperature of the skin surface over the temporal artery, a major artery of the head. To read the complete review please visit: http://massholemommy.com/2011/04/23/exergen-temporal-artery-thermometer-review/

Exergen Temporal Scanner Featured By A Review and Giveaway

A Review and Giveaway has featured the Exergen's Temporal Scanner in their “Mothers Day Gift Guide”. The Exergen Temporal Scanner is designed to provide non-intrusive and accurate temperatures by measuring the temperature of the skin surface over the temporal artery, located beneath the forehead. To read the complete feature please visit: http://areviewandgiveaway.com/2011/04/exergen-temporal-scanner-mothers-day-gift-guide-review/

Exergen Thermometer Featured By A Mom's Take Blog

The Exergen's Forehead Thermometer has been reviewed by the A Mom's Take blog. Additionally, readers can enroll for a chance to win their own Exergen Thermometer. For giveaway details and to read the entire review please visit: http://www.amomstake.com/2011/04/exergen-thermometer-review-giveaway/

STUDY FINDS EXERGEN TEMPORAL ARTERY THERMOMETRY ACCURATE ON NEWBORNS

Watertown, Mass., April 18, 2011 – Measuring the body temperatures of newborns with temporal artery thermometry (forehead scanning) provides readings comparable to results obtained by axillary (under arm) thermometry, the clinically recommended method for this patient population, but causes less discomfort, according to a new study reported in Advances in Neonatal Care. The study[1], the …

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Exergen Temporal Scanner Featured By RATED By Mom

The RATED by Mom blog has featured Exergen's Temporal Scanner in their “Baby Shower Gifts New Moms Don’t Know They Need” article. The Exergen Temporal Scanner is designed to provide non-intrusive and accurate temperatures by measuring the temperature of the skin surface over the temporal artery, located beneath the forehead. To read the full article …

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Exergen Temporal Thermometer Featured By Parenting SQUAD

The Parenting SQUAD website has featured Exergen's Temporal Thermometer within their “Top 10 Items You Will Need for Your Newborn” feature. Exergen's Temporal Thermometer is designed to measure the temperature of the skin surface over the temporal artery, a major artery of the head. To read the complete feature please visit: http://parentingsquad.com/top-ten-items-you-will-need-for-your-newborn

Exergen Forehead Thermometer Featured in Spring/ Summer 2011 Baby Guide

Exergen's Forehead Thermometer has been featured in the Spring/Summer 2011 Baby Guide. Exergen's Forehead Thermometer is listed as one of the “10 Hot Products for Mom & Baby”. The Exergen Forehead Thermometer is designed to provide non-intrusive and accurate temperatures by measuring the temperature of the skin surface over the temporal artery, a major artery …

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Exergen CEO Interviewed by DataCenterDynamics

Exergen Corporation CEO and Founder, Dr. Francesco Pompei, was recently featured in an interview by DataCenterDynamics with Yevgeniy Sverdlik, where he had been presenting Exertherm Thermal Mapping technology on behalf of QHi-Group. Dr. Pompei also discussed how the Exertherm 24 x 7 Thermal monitoring system enables infrared sensors to be installed inside electrical panels which …

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Exergen Temporal Thermometer Reviewed By The Neat Things In Life Blog

The Neat Things in Life blog has posted their review of Exergen's Temporal Thermometer. Exergen's Temporal Thermometer is designed to measure the temperature of the skin surface over the temporal artery, a major artery of the head. To read the full review please visit: http://www.theneatthingsinlife.com/2011/04/exergen-temporalscanner-review/

Exergen Forehead Thermometer Giveaway on Jumpin Beans

The Jumpin Beans blog has posted their review and giveaway of the Exergen Forehead Thermometer. The Exergen Forehead Thermometer provides is designed to provide non-intrusive and accurate temperatures by measuring the temperature of the skin surface over the temporal artery, a major artery of the head. Visit the Jumpin Beans blog for official contest rules …

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Exergen Forehead Thermometer Featured on the Today Show

Exergen's Forehead Thermometer was recently featured during the “Today's Health” segment with Dr. Laura Jana on the Today Show. Exergen's Forehead Thermometer is designed to measure the temperature of the skin surface over the temporal artery, a major artery of the head. Be sure to visit : //www.exergen.com for additional product information. A short snippet …

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Exergen Granted New Patent for TemporalScanner Thermometer

The Drug Store News website features an article detailing Exergen recently having acquired a new patent granted to protect its temporal artery thermometers brand. Exergen said its portfolio of intellectual property rights has expanded with the new patent for its TemporalScanner brand of non-invasive thermometry products. Located here is the feature in its entirety: http://www.drugstorenews.com/article/exergen-granted-new-patent-temporalscanner-brand-thermometers

Exergen introduces a simple, effective, and unique early warning tool for power systems

Exergen founder/CEO and Harvard University Department of Physics Research Scholar,  Dr. Francesco Pompei, will be a guest speaker at at the Data Center Dynamics 2011 in New York City's Marriot Marquis on Thursday March 9 at 2:50 PM. The topic of discussion is Thermal Mapping as a Highly-Effective Bespoke Early-Warning Tool for Power Systems. Frank's …

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Exergen attends Applied Sensor Technology Event for medical, military and aerospace applications

Exergen Corporation, the manufacturer of the world's only self powered IRt/c infrared temperature sensor, will join other sensor manufacturers on March 9, 2011 from 3:30- 6:30 PM at Boston Billiards Club, Nashua, New Hampshire for an event to discuss applied sensor technology.  If you are an engineer and would like to learn more about Exergen's …

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Exergen Forehead Thermometer Reviewed By Rita's Products Reviews

The Rita's Product Reviews blog has posted its review of Exergen's Forehead Thermometer. Exergen's thermometer is designed to provide non-intrusive and accurate temperatures by measuring the temperature of the skin surface over the temporal artery, a major artery of the head. To read the review in its entirety visit: http://ritasproductsreview.blogspot.com/2011/02/exergen-temporal-scanner.html

Exergens Temporal Thermometer Featured on WOAI-TV

Exergen's Temporal Thermometer was featured in a lifestyle segment on San Antonio’s WOAI-TV. The segment was centered on helpful cold and flu products and featured the Exergen thermometer as a ‘producer recommended’ selection. As a new mother, the producer provided added equity to the TemporalScanner’s beneficial use: “I have an 8 month old who was …

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Exergen helps detect snow, ice, and steam traps for a safe and efficient winter.

I am sure that most people in the world at this time of the year are sick of the word, ‘SNOW”. Please read this newsletter that will discuss a few applications related to snow and then we won't bring the word up again.