You're Getting Warmer
When you or someone you care for gets sick, it's important to know if a fever has set in - and if so, how high. Running a temperature for more than three days, for example, is a sign that it's time to talk to your doctor, and temperatures above 104°F can cause seizures in young children. That's why having a good thermometer that provides accurate readings is key. For babies under 3 months old, temperatures should be taken rectally, and any fever in this age group warrants a call to the doctor. What You Should Know
Our thermometer designs to be easy to use and comfortable for you and your child. What is Infrared Thermometers?
Infrared thermometers measure the heat emitted by the body. Some infrared can be difficult to position, but their digital readout takes just 1 to 3 seconds - among the shortest times of all the thermometers. The ear (tympanic) mode of this thermometer measures the temperature inside the ear canal. Note that if an ear thermometer probe tip is cold, it can give you a cooler reading. We have found that children preferred forehead-type thermometers to oral thermometers.
If your child is restless, it may be difficult to get an accurate temperature. Our upgraded thermometer offers both audible fever indicator (beep) and silent mode for you to switch between. You can also use this thermometer to measure the temperature of a room or the baby's bath or bottle. Wait at least 10 seconds between each measurement. Response Time
Quick measurement, less than 1 second. Memory and Auto Shutoff
This model records the past thirty five (35) temperatures taken to determine in which direction your baby's temperature is going. It also has an automatic shutoff feature to preserve battery life.