Oral thermometer



This top of the line blood pressure monitor is completely automatic. Once the user is specified, all you have to do is to put on the BP cuff and press the start button.
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This ProSeries scale has a large 7 in ( cm) white dial face for easy readability. It features both metric and imperial measurements.
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This aneroid sphygmomanometer features a no-stop pin 300 mm Hg gauge, quality polyvinyl chloride (PVC) inflation system and calibrated nylon velcro cuff.
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The Accuflex-Pro single-patient oral digital thermometer can help to prevent the risk of cross-contamination, nosocomial infections, and make it easy to prevent the spread of contamination among patients. More…

Fevers are reflective of an increase in your body temperature. Mild fevers are often beneficial because they represent the body trying to defend itself against infections. Many disease-causing (pathogenic) microorganisms thrive in a narrow temperature range, so a mild fever prevents them from reproducing. [1] However, some fevers may be related to connective tissue disease or malignancies. High fevers (103 °F or °C or greater for an adult) are potentially dangerous and should be closely monitored with a thermometer. There are many types and models of thermometers meant for different areas of the body. The most appropriate choice is typically determined by the age of the person with the fever — some thermometers are better for small children, for example. Once you've chosen the most appropriate thermometer, using it is relatively straightforward.

Oral thermometer

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