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QuickMedical® and Qtubeâ„¢ Announce New Exergen Virtual Classroom

October 19, 2010

The new virtual classroom serves as an excellent source of information and a great foundation for training medical staff or anyone interested in learning how to use an Exergen temporal thermometer correctly. The Exergen Virtual Classroom simulates an in- service training with experts in the field of temporal artery thermometry.

Issaquah, WA (PRWEB) October 18, 2010

The new Exergen Virtual Classroom for the TAT-5000 Temporal Artery Thermometer is now available for viewing on the Qtube̢Ң website.

The new virtual classroom was designed specifically as a teaching aid for the healthcare professional. Through digital animation Exergen has created a new kind of training video; a Virtual Classroom.

“The Exergen Virtual Classroom simulates an in-service training with experts in the field of temporal artery thermometry,” said Nita Morris, Product Manager at QuickMedical®. “The entire educational video is composed of a virtual nursing staff with legitimate, realistic questions that the healthcare professional can relate to.”

The new virtual classroom is an excellent source of information, and a great foundation for training medical staff or anyone interested in learning how to use an Exergen temporal thermometer correctly. The TAT-5000 Temporal Artery Thermometer is fast, accurate and extremely easy to use; gentle enough to be used on a sleeping patient.

“The new Exergen Virtual Classroom adds to the extensive inventory of educational and product videos on our Qtubeâ“¢ website,” said Tim Lightell, Media Coordinator at QuickMedical®. “The Exergen TAT-5000 is one of our top sellers, so the new Exergen educational video is exactly what our customers have been looking for.”

Currently more than 60% of the hospitals in the United States are using the Exergen Temporal Artery Thermometer, many of which have standardized on this method throughout their entire facility for all their patient populations. Disposable covers are optional, as alcohol or other disinfectant wipes can be used between patients. Fiscally, the method is 90 percent less expensive than any other method of thermometry and provides a payback in approximately 8 months, with near zero expenditure from that point forward. The Exergen TAT-5000 maintains 0.10 deg C (0.20 deg F) accuracy across its entire range of temperatures and is backed by a Lifetime Warranty.

About QuickMedical® and Qtubeâ“¢:

With great pricing, QuickMedical® has the professional medical equipment needed by health care providers. Look for diagnostic equipment, exam tables, weighing and measuring devices, and medical basics such as stethoscopes, thermometers, and sphygmomanometers. QuickMedical® also offers a wide selection of professional medical supplies; everything from patient care, to blood testing, to exam room products. Find quality and affordable disposables and medical supplies for the clinic, hospital, or home care environment. Qtubeâ“¢ Videos are supplied by our manufacturers or produced in house by our Production Team. Most videos are shot in our state of the art showrooms. Current displays include medical, surgical, and a pediatric exam rooms. Look for QuickMedical’s® new television commercial, currently airing in the Seattle market on local ABC affiliate KOMO 4.

About Exergen Corporation:

Exergen Corporation is the recognized world leader in industrial and medical non-invasive temperature technology. From providing temperature sensors for NASA and various industries to creating one of the world’s most popular baby gifts, Exergen creates non-invasive temperature measurement devices providing lower cost, higher accuracy, less invasiveness, and greater reliability than ever previously possible.

Founded by Harvard-research scientist Dr. Francesco Pompei over two decades ago, Exergen Corporation is based in Watertown, Massachusetts, USA.

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