Oral Thermometers Can't Assess Exercise Heat Stroke
Use a rectal thermometer instead, experts urge
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 17 (HealthDay News) -- Oral thermometers
and other standard methods can't accurately gauge core body temperatures in athletes with suspected heat exhaustion or heat stroke, a new study warns.
Researchers say rectal thermometers
The Path to Pregnancy: Fairhaven Health Offers New Natural Products to Help Couples Conceive
... accuracy - plus it is reusable for unlimited testing. Price: $27.95
Fairhaven Health also offers additional products including supplements, basal thermometers
and the fertility yoga DVD, Bend, Breathe & Conceive.
Fairhaven Health Products for Use During Pregnancy and Nursing
Pregnancy Plus Prena...
Environmental Monitoring Guide for Hospital Administrators Now Available From Dickson
Dickson Company and its web portal www.dicksondata.com offer the widest selection of temperature data loggers, chart recorders, and alarm thermometers
available to worldwide healthcare providers.
Product inquiries can be directed to Dickson customer service at dicksoncsr (at) dicksondata (dot) ...
DeltaTRAK Responds to Swine Flu Outbreak With Full Line of Products for Temperature Sensitive Vaccines
...in degree minutes by showing an irreversible color change. Models are available at the 8 degree C temperature threshold.
Certified glycol min/max thermometers
are used in refrigerators and can be programmed to sound audible alarms when temperature limits are exceeded. Because the sensor is surrounded by a gl...
Fora Care and Fora Care Suisse AG Launch Diabetes Telehealth Solution at ATA
...u, CEO of Fora Care.
FORA provides flexible solutions to bridge gaps among medical devices including glucose meters, blood pressure monitors, and thermometers
to transmission gateways and the Internet-based backend system. FORA technology has embedded wired or wireless modules (including ZigBee and Bluetoot...
Media Moms Talk Must-Have Mom Gadgets
...le's Best Thermometer
One of the web's most well-known magazine and community sites for the modern day parent, Babble.com, evaluated a multitude of thermometers
to find the best painless temperature readers. Kidz-Med's Thermofocus 5-in-1 made the top of Babble's Best Thermometer list as the only device where "...
American Scientific Resources, Inc. and Tecnimed, s.r.l Settle Disputes
... with Tecnimed, s.r.l, manufacturer of the Thermofocus thermometer. The Company (via its Kidz-Med subsidiary) retains the right to market Thermofocus thermometers
to select retailers in the United States. Management believes that this settlement will enable ASFX to continue to expand with a secure source of pro...
Glass tables: An overlooked safety threat
... senior author of the study, which was conducted without outside funding. The team is now investigating two other glass-related safety threats: glass thermometers
and Christmas ornaments.
Q4 2008 Sales Increase for Health and Safety Products Company
...r sick, combative toddlers in a safe, non-invasive, non-threatening way. Because the product works so quickly -- in seconds, not minutes as with other thermometers
-- and it does not have contact with the skin, the Company believes the product will gain widespread acceptance in North America, just as it already h...
TECNIMED Picks Up Frost & Sullivan Award for its Innovative THERMOFOCUS
... measured on the navel or in the armpit or on the neck under the auricle".
THERMOFOCUS is also an economical substitute for the commonly used ear thermometers
in hospitals. In contrast to other thermometers, it does not require disinfection after every use nor does it need expensive hygienic and disposable c...
thermometers in Medical Technology
thermometers in Medical Dictionary
... Temperature measurement using modern scientific thermometers
and temperature scales goes back at least as far as the early 18th century, when Gabriel Fahrenheit adapted a thermometer and a scale both developed...
thermometers in Biological News
Molecular thermometers on skin cells detect heat and camphor
The human brain is like a general in a bunker. Floating in its bubble of cerebrospinal fluid, it has no direct window to the outside world, so the only way for the brain to observe, comprehend, and order the body into action is to rely on information it receives. This information comes to it throug...
Highlights from the August 2008 Journal of the American Dietetic Association
...rant employees, those barriers were most often identified as reasons why three important food safety practices may not take place: hand washing, using thermometers
and cleaning work surfaces. The responses were similar for workers with no formal food safety training as well as those who had participated in a for...
Highlights from the June 2008 Journal of the American Dietetic Association
...tates on their knowledge of and attitude toward three food safety measures that have the most substantial impact on public health: hand washing, using thermometers
and proper handling of food contact surfaces. Only employees whose jobs directly involved food preparation tasks participated.
The researchers con...
Study shows mercury levels from products decreasing, though still at dangerous levels
The disposal of mercury containing products has been the subject of public debate in recent years. Campaigns have been started to eliminate mercury thermometers
and to discontinue mercury use in energy-saving fluorescent light bulbs. There is also controversy revolving around who should pay for the separate di...
AGU journal highlights -- Feb. 26, 2008
...estern North America conducted a field study during the summer of 2004. For this study, scientists used GPS receivers, surface barometers, and surface thermometers
to calculate the daily precipitable water vapor (PWV) content over northwestern Mexico. Through analyzing these data, Kursinski et al. find that the o...
New study increases concerns about climate model reliability
...ed by sensors aboard NOAA satellites since late 1979, plus several sets of temperature data gathered twice a day at dozens of points in the tropics by thermometers
carried into the atmosphere by helium balloons. The surface data were from three datasets.
After years of rigorous analysis and testing, the high d...
Texel paleothermometer for climate reconstruction perfected
...itute for Sea Research (NIOZ). The thermometer measures seawater temperature dependent changes in the cell wall composition of archeabacteria.
have been available since the 17th century. For all periods before this, researchers depend on signs from nature. For such determinations, geochemists...
Satellites shed light on global warming
...d in global sea surface temperatures, and this we can now see from measurements made from Envisat," Professor Llewellyn-Jones said.
Working like thermometers
in the sky, a number of different satellite instruments measure SST on an ongoing basis, such as the AATSR aboard ESA's Envisat.
The AATSR instr...
Some like it hot: Worms at deep-sea vents favor a fiery 45-55°C
... thermal vents, making it difficult to measure precisely the deep-sea temperatures survived by Alvinellid worms.
Rather than taking submarine-borne thermometers
to the worms' remote habitat, Girguis and Lee brought the worms to their special aquarium, leaving the deep-sea creatures free to choose any temperatu...
thermometers in Biological Technology
Ultrafast optical shutter is switched entirely by laser light
...th using vanadium dioxide film as the active ingredient in thermochromic windows that can block sunlight when the temperature soars and as microscopic thermometers
that could be injected into the body.
In 2005, a research collaboration teaming Haglund and Ren Lopez (now at the University of North Carolina, Chape...
thermometers in Biological Definition
...environment, thermoconformer changes its body temperature according to the temperature outside of its body.
It was not until the introduction of thermometers
that any exact data on the temperature of animals could be obtained. It was then found that local differences were present, since heat production and ...