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PositiveID to exhibit non-contact thermometer at EMS Today

Caregiver thermometer can be used for measurement of forehead temperature without contact


By EMS1 Staff

PositiveID will have their non-contact thermometer on display at EMS Today 2018.

Caregiver, an infrared thermometer, is FDA cleared for clinical use. It can be used for measurement of forehead temperature in adults, children and infants without skin contact. As a result, it delivers an oral-equivalent temperature directly from the forehead in one to two seconds.

Caregiver also reduces the risk of cross-contamination due to no skin contact and does not require probe cover supplies. The company recently launched a Bluetooth-enabled Caregiver thermometer, which connects wirelessly to patient monitoring stations and electronic health records systems.

Visit booth 2001 to learn more.

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