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Non-Contact Digital Thermometer


Non-Contact Digital Thermometer 

Reference: NV1020

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The first non-contact digital clinical thermometer in the world.

An early warning tool in the fight against neuropathic ulceration!

Non-contact clinical thermometer that measures the temperature at a specific point and at an accurate and determinate distance.

Features and Benefits:

  • For clinician and patient use.
  • Red guide light indicates correct measurement distance.
  • Safe and hygienic for use with multiple patients – no sterilisation or covers required.
  • Precise measurements in any environment – warm or cold.
  • Can be used for both skin and open wound temperature measurements.
  • Proven practice for predicting neuropathic foot ulceration.
  • Accurate reading in less than 2 seconds.
  • Internal memory stores last 10 measurements.
  • Temperature range: 1 - 55°C (home button).
  • Each thermometer comes as standard with batteries and an instruction manual.
  • Safety cap to protect lens and sensor included as standard.
The thermometer provides instantaneous digital reading of foot temperature without any contact with the body skin or mucosa. It does not use laser radiations - it is safe and harmless.
While other thermometers require disinfection after each use or need expensive hygienic and disposable covers,
the this digital thermometer does not. This advantage can result in significant savings in hospitals.
The Digital Thermometer has a patented quick stabiliation system that makes the thermometer
particularly suitable for hospital use, where room temperature can change from room to room, as well as
in ambulances and in private practices.

For Diabetic Foot Assessments:

It has been indicated in many studies that a rise in temperature on the surface of the skin, is the earliest warning of a potential foot ulceration.

Used in diagnosing Diabetic Foot conditions, the thermometer will scan the temperature of the foot allowing comparative tests within a specific area of the foot or leg. It will also allow you to test both feet, storing the data each time.

Moreover, it is possible to use the Diaped Digital Thermometer on open wounds because there is no contact at all.

Infection Control Friendly:

The Non-contact Thermometer is a true non-invasive device, which does not come into contact with the patient. The Thermometers ergonomic design allows for easy wipe cleaning and complies with infection control regulations (Cleaning instructions supplied in pack).

For Home Use:

The Digital Thermometer is primarily designed for professional users, but can also be used by patients’ for home use, allowing for self-monitoring. Patients can alert their clinician if or when temperature changes take place. In this scenario, the patients are able to reduce activity levels to avoid more serious problems such as ulceration and access MDT care more quickly.

The LCD display automatically shows room temperature when in stand-by. This model is provided with both the
AQCS and the MQCS (Manual Quick Calibration System) technologies.

Research papers:

Lavery LA, Higgins KR, Lanctot DR, Constantinides GP, Zamorano RG, Armstrong DG, Athanasiou KA, Agrawal CM.
Home monitoring of foot skin temperatures to prevent ulceration.
Diabetes Care. 2004 Nov 27(11):2642-7.
Vanessa J Houghton, Virginia M Bower, David C Chant.
Is an increase in skin temperature predictive of neuropathic foot ulceration in people with diabetes? A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2013, 6:31.


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