Thermometers are Must-Pack Items for Summer Travel Before they zip up the duffle bag or shut the suitcase, parents across the country have one more thing to pack before they head off for vacation this summer: an accurate thermometer. Reported… Read more »
Help Your Customers Increase Safety, Reliability & Speed with Exergen’s IR Sensors. For processes such as diagnostic procedures, skin treatments and medical interventions where blood or saline solutions are involved, temperature monitoring and control are essential in the success and… Read more »
POCT can include blood glucose testing, blood gas, metabolites and electrolytes analysis, etc. Tests are performed on portable instruments, with the use of disposable test strips or cartridges. The challenge with POCT instruments is to provide the complexity of conventional lab equipment in small, portable devices.
In a broad spectrum of medical procedures, infusing normothermic fluid is the key to better patient outcomes. That’s particularly true in trauma situations when quick delivery of blood products to patients is essential for their survival. In many of these… Read more »
The surface temperature of a “wet” substrate will change (rise) very slowly as constant heat is applied to the product. This occurs because the moisture in the substrate absorbs much of the heat energy as it evaporates.
A large electric air heating solutions company needed a very fast thermal management solution to prevent overheating of the air heater element used in its flanged inline heaters. The heaters are employed in industrial processing and R&D settings and are built to handle a wide range of extremely demanding process heat applications.
Chapmanville, West Virginia resident Lee Rayburn and his teammates have been involved in amateur stock car racing for more than two decades, at first competing in the US Legend Cars races. Two years ago, the team, known as Sniper Motorsport,… Read more »
A new national survey was recently conducted to explore methods of thermometry used in hospitals, patients’ thermometry preferences and a possible correlation between the way patients had their temperatures taken and satisfaction with their hospital experience.