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.
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Appeals Court Upholds Exergen Temporal Artery Thermometer Patent Infringement by Helen of Troy’s Braun and Vicks Forehead Thermometers The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) on March 8, 2018 decided the appeal in Exergen v. Kaz,… 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 »
Exergen Temporal Thermometer was recently featured in Eco-Babyz. The author of Eco-Babyz shares her opinion regarding the Temporal Thermometer and why she thinks using this type of thermometer is better than using a rectal thermometer. This article also provides a… Read more »
The Big Game is coming up on Sunday (February 6) with Pittsburgh taking on Green Bay in Arlington, TX, visit www.gametimetemperature.com and if you guess the correct gametime temperature announced on Westwood One’s national radio broadcast (on the field of… Read more »
Temperatures taken orally or by temporal artery thermometry are an accurate means of temperature assessment for adult patients undergoing colorectal or gynecology surgery, according to analysis published by the Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing. Accurate temperature readings are necessary to determine… Read more »
Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine, one of the nation’s top resources for new and expecting mothers, has featured the Exergen Temporal Scanner in its “Wanna win?” segment for their July issue. Here is a copy of the placement ad: