The FDA announced that improper use of thermal imaging systems leads to inaccurate temperature readings. This includes their use in public screenings for fever, the leading symptom of COVID-19.
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 »
“In the battle against COVID-19 it is crucial that doctors and nurses are able to very accurately determine the core body temperature of a patient”, says Joaquin Azpilicueta, Director of Sales Europe, Africa and Latin America at Exergen Corporation.
First Study Comparing Accuracy of No-Touch Devices to Temporal Artery Thermometers has Serious Implications; Thermometer “Guns” Can Create False Sense of Security in Mass COVID-19 Screenings and at Home
When a set temperature is reached, the preform is moved to the blow molding section of the machine, it is molded in the shape by applying pressurized air.
Innovative Non-Invasive Infrared Thermometers Now Available to Indian Patients Exergen Corporation, a global leader in infrared temperature measurement technologies for medical applications, announced today that it has appointed Anil Dass as Director of Sales in India. Anil Dass will be… Read more »
IRt/c infrared thermocouples can accurately control the temperature of rotating and moving stainless steel heaters common in the packaging industry, without touching the heaters. Typically, uncoated stainless steel heaters are difficult for IR sensors to measure reliably because of reflected… Read more »
A recent survey reveals that over 50% of nurses in the U.S. use a temporal artery thermometer professionally – more than oral (48%), rectal (13%), axillary (23%), and ear thermometers (25%). A unique combination of accuracy and ease of use… Read more »