Infrared clinical thermometers are mainly divided into contact infrared thermometers and non-contact infrared thermometers.
Contact infrared thermometers are commonly found in ear thermometers, forehead thermometers, and multi-function thermometers, which provide accurate body temperature measurements from the ear in just one second. When your baby has a fever, you can measure it at any time and quickly learn about changes in body temperature. When using, gently straighten the ear canal, insert the temperature measuring head into the ear canal, and press the upper temperature measurement for one second to read the accurate body temperature of at least one digit from the LCD screen. This product is safe. It is guaranteed that replacement of the protective rubber sleeve during use can prevent bacterial infection, even if the whole family is safe for sharing.
The most common type of non-contact infrared thermometer is a forehead thermometer, which can be used to measure body temperature. Just aim the probe at the forehead and press the measurement button to obtain measurement data in just a few seconds, making it ideal for patients with severe illness, the elderly, and infants. However, in the initial stage of use, users may not be familiar with this type of operation and may obtain several different measurement data. In general, the measured maximum value is the desired data. The user will be satisfied with this type of thermometer after being familiar with it.