Exergen Temporal Artery Thermometer

Exergen Temporal Artery Thermometer from Exergen Corporation

400 Pleasant Street Watertown, MA 02472

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Description of Exergen Temporal Artery Thermometer

• Accurate temperature with a gentle forehead scan

• Accurate for all ages, including preterm, newborn and less than 3 months, supported by more than 40 peer reviewed published studies

• #1 Preferred thermometer by pediatricians

• #1 Preferred thermometer by patients

• Lowest cost system - disposable covers not required, and Lifetime Warranty

Peer-Reviewed Published Papers, Abstracts, Letters on Exergen Temporal Artery Thermometry

1. Al-Mukhaizeem F, Allen U, Komar L, et al (University of Toronto/Hospital for Sick Children). Validation of the temporal artery thermometry by its comparison with the esophageal method in children. Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting, May 3-6, 2003, Seattle, WA

2. Al-Mukhaizeem F, Allen U, Komar L, et al (University of Toronto/Hospital for Sick Children). Comparison of temporal artery, rectal and esophageal core temperatures in children: Results of a pilot study. Journal of Pediatric and Child Health, Vol 9, No 7, pp 461-465, 2004

3. Artz BA, March KS, Grim RD ( WellSpan Health–York Hospital). Clinical Nurse Specialists empowering staff to improve patient outcomes in temperature measurement: from PI/EBP to nursing research. 2011 National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists National Conference Abstracts, March 10-12, 2011, Baltimore MD

4. Bahorski J, Repasky T, Ranner D, Fields A, Jackson M, Moultry L, Pierce K, Sandell M (Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare). Temperature measurement in pediatrics: a comparison of the rectal method versus the temporal artery method. In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 24 February 2011, Journal of Pediatric Nursing (2011).

5. Barringer LB, Evans CW, Ingram LL, Tisdale PP, Watson SP, Janken JK (Presbyterian
Hospital Matthews). Agreement between temporal artery, oral, and axillary temperature measurements in the perioperative period. J Perianesth Nurs. 2011 Jun;26(3):143-50.

6. Bridges E, Thomas K (University of Washington). Noninvasive measurement of body temperature in critically ill patients. Crit. Care Nurse. 2009; 29(3): p. 94-97

7. Burdjalov VF, Combs A, Nachman S, Baumgart S (SUNY at Stony Brook). Non-Invasive infrared temperature assessment of the temporal artery for core temperature determination in premature neonates, Presented American Pediatric Society and the Society for Pediatric Research, May 1, 2001.


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