Latest Medical thermometer Stories

2011-02-15 09:50:00

WATERTOWN, Mass., Feb. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Measuring the body temperatures of newborns with temporal artery thermometry is as accurate as using rectal thermometers, according to a cross-sectional study recently published in Paediatrica Indonesiana.

2010-10-26 08:22:00

WESTON, Fla., Oct. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- American Scientific Resources, Inc. (the "Company" or "ASR") (Pink Sheets: ASFX) announces today that the Company is holding a nationwide challenge "Mom's Flu-Defender Search" celebrating the 10,000th shipment of the NEW Kidz-Med 5-in-1 Non Contact Thermometer.

2010-10-19 07:37:17

QuickMedical® and Qtubeâ„¢ Announce New Exergen Virtual Classroom 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.

2010-07-26 09:10:00

WATERTOWN, Mass., July 26 /PRNewswire/ -- The Exergen temporal artery thermometer outsells all other brands at retailers nationwide that stock the Exergen TemporalScanner(TM), according to data compiled by leading market research firms.

2010-01-04 12:57:00

PARAMUS, N.J., Jan. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- The Exergen TemporalScanner, a breakthrough innovation in medical thermometry, was selected last week as one of 24 "Smartest Products of the Decade" by Inc.

2009-11-16 09:11:00

WATERTOWN, Mass., Nov. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- "Temporal artery thermometry is an effective screening tool in identifying fever in children one to four years of age," according to a recent study published in the journal Clinical Pediatrics.

2009-11-03 11:08:00

Review of emergency room data shows broken glass is a risk in addition to mercury BOSTON, Nov. 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A study by emergency physicians at Children's Hospital Boston provides a wake-up call to parents to get rid of their old glass thermometers.

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