AccuQuik Digital Thermometer
- Easy to read digital LCD;
- Highly sensitive to obtain results in short time;
- Large button to turn ON/OFF and switch Centigrade/Fahrenheit readout;
- Available with soft/rigid rod, and also waterproof, safe and comfortable.
AccuQuik Infrared Thermometer
- Laser pointer for easy targeting;
- Up to 10 storage memory slots;
- Offers a quick readout within about seconds;
- Forehead/Ear capability;
- High level of accuracy.
- This is a newer technology which is rapid, sensitive, specific, and quantitative;
- The sensitivity and specificity is fully validated and currently fulfill the basic requirements of a rapid diagnostic test;
- They are available, affordable, and convenient to use in the field.
AccuQuik’s digital thermometer can be used to determine the temperature through ear, rectum, armpit, and mouth. Depending on the vulnerability, it is advisable to use in the rectum to determine the body temperature especially in newborn infants.
When using AccuQuik’s infrared digital thermometer, infrared heat is generated by either the eardrum and its surrounding tissue or the center of forehead.
The measured value is mathematically adjusted to give a displayed temperature value that approximates the oral temperature.
As with AccuQuik’s infrared digital thermometer, the displayed temperature is not necessarily the same as the oral temperature measured at the same time.
Always store the thermometer in a cool and dry place. Do not expose the thermometer to extreme temperatures below –10°C (14°F) or above 55°C (131°F), or excessive humidity above 95% RH. Do not put the thermometer in a car that directly exposed to sunlight.
Avoid blunt force to the thermometer.
Do not touch the thermometer sensor tip. Use a soft damp cloth to wipe it if necessary.
Do not disassemble the thermometer.
Basic safety precautions should always be observed, especially when the thermometer is used on or near children and disabled persons.
The use of this thermometer is not intended to be a substitute to consultation with a physician.