Diabetic Foot Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer


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Diabetic Foot Thermometer

The Diabetic Foot Thermometer is an essential tool for individuals with diabetes, designed to monitor foot temperature and detect early signs of foot complications. Regular use of this thermometer can help prevent severe foot issues, including ulcers, by providing early warnings of inflammation and other temperature-related anomalies.

Key Features

  • Accurate Temperature Measurement: Provides precise readings to detect subtle temperature changes in the feet.
  • Easy to Use: User-friendly interface with clear digital display for straightforward monitoring.
  • Portable Design: Compact and lightweight, making it convenient for daily use at home or on the go.
  • Memory Function: Stores previous readings to track temperature changes over time.
  • Alert System: Built-in alerts notify users of significant temperature differences, prompting timely medical consultation.


  • Early Detection: Helps in identifying early signs of foot complications, reducing the risk of ulcers and infections.
  • Preventive Care: Enables proactive foot care management, crucial for individuals with diabetes.
  • Improves Health Outcomes: Regular monitoring can lead to better management of foot health, preventing severe complications.
  • Peace of Mind: Provides reassurance by allowing individuals to monitor their foot health daily.
  • Non-Invasive: No skin contact is required, making it safe and hygienic for multiple patients.
  • Projection System: Accurately projects the temperature reading on the skin or object’s surface.
  • Versatile: Measures the temperature of objects, food, liquids, and ambient temperature in addition to skin.
  • Illuminated Display: Features a 5-color display for easy reading.
  • Memory Function: Stores up to 9 temperature readings for comparison.
  • Fast and Precise: Provides accurate readings in less than 2 seconds.
  • Safety Cap: Comes with a safety cap to protect the lens and sensor.
  • Compliance: Meets Medical Device Class IIa standards and complies with infection control regulations.

How to Use

  1. Ensure the thermometer is clean and ready for use.
  2. Place the thermometer on the same spot on each foot every day.
  3. Wait for the reading to stabilize and note the temperature.
  4. Compare the temperature readings of both feet.
  5. Consult a healthcare provider if there is a significant temperature difference.

Scientific Research

Research has shown that monitoring foot temperature is an effective method for predicting the onset of foot ulcers in individuals with diabetes. A study published in Diabetes Care demonstrated that regular temperature measurement could reduce the incidence of foot ulcers by providing early warnings of inflammation and other anomalies. This proactive approach enables timely intervention, significantly improving patient outcomes and preventing severe complications.


The Diabetic Foot Thermometer is a vital tool for individuals with diabetes, aiding in the early detection and prevention of foot complications. With its accurate measurements, ease of use, and beneficial features, it offers a proactive approach to maintaining foot health and preventing serious conditions like foot ulcers. Regular monitoring with this device can lead to better health outcomes and provide peace of mind for those managing diabetes.


  • Lavery, L. A., Higgins, K. R., Lanctot, D. R., Constantinides, G. P., Zamorano, R. G., Athanasiou, K. A., ... & Armstrong, D. G. (2007). Home monitoring of foot skin temperatures to prevent ulceration. Diabetes Care, 30(1), 14-20.
  • Armstrong, D. G., Holtz-Neiderer, K., Wendel, C., Mohler, M. J., Kimbriel, H. R., & Lavery, L. A. (2007). Skin temperature monitoring reduces the risk for diabetic foot ulceration in high-risk patients. The American Journal of Medicine, 120(12), 1042-1046.

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