Today kicks off National Nurses Week, an annual reminder to recognize the critical role America’s 2.7 million nurses play in providing care to patients ranging from the beginning of pregnancy and running through end of life. Whether in hospitals, healthcare professionals’ offices, critical care facilities, schools, nursing homes or when they provide in-home and traveling care, our nation’s nurses face incredible emotional and professional challenges every day. We recognize the hard work and dedication of the nursing community and are honored to provide them with the most accurate and convenient thermometer available for healthcare and consumer use, the Exergen Temporal Thermometer. Please join us in expressing your appreciation to the nurses in your life the next time you receive their care, or if they are a family member or friend.
The Exergen Smart Glow Thermometer was recently featured on the Hello Jack blog. The blogger went on to share that she was “was referred to the Exergen TemporalScanner as the best thermometer around,” and that the Smart Glow “offers a safe, convenient, accurate and comfortable way take your child’s temperature.” The review also shares numerous product images and retail information.
The Exergen Smart Glow Temporal Scanner Thermometer has been proudly featured in the February issue of OC Register Family. OC Register Family is a popular Los Angeles magazine that been a trusted resource for parents for fifteen years.
In the Health & Wellness section of the magazine they mention that the Exergen Smart Glow Thermometer is easy to use and provides results quickly. In addition, they state that the process for taking a child’s temperature is “as easy as a two-second swipe across” the child’s forehead. Moreover, the magazine states that the results are as accurate as the readings given by traditional thermometers. This observation is consistent with the numerous peer-reviewed published clinical studies that have proven the accuracy of Exergen’s Thermometers. The main advantage of the Smart Glow thermometer is the ability to use it in the dark because of its illuminated readout. The illuminated readout matched with the thermometer’s silent operation makes reading a child’s temperature trouble-free whether the child is sleeping or awake.
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We are pleased to report that the Los Angeles Times website has featured Exergen Smart Glow in an article titled “A quick swipe takes child’s temperature”this past Friday. To read the complete feature click here.
Additionally, the Exergen Smart Glow was also mentioned in an earlier LA Time article. The article stated that “ The newest Exergen Corp. thermometer, called the Smart Glow, is nearly silent and can be used in the dark, and the ailing child or adult need not be awake.”
The Exergen Smart Glow TemporalScanner thermometer features a softly illuminated display to make it easier to take a temperature while a child sleeps, a silent mode option to not waken sleeping children, an eight-temperature memory storage capacity to automatically track a fever, and the ability to switch between Fahrenheit and Celsius modes. The Smart Glow adds all of these new features while maintaining the elegant simplicity of a one-button operation.
For additional product information visit the official Exergen website.
A study published in International Emergency Nursing states that temporal artery (TA) thermometers — vs. mercury or digital axillary thermometers — “are recommended especially in pediatric emergency settings, where an accurate, quick and safe body temperature measurement is of vital importance.”
The aim of the study was to compare children’s temperatures taken with mercury and digital axillary thermometers with those obtained with a temporal artery thermometer. The analysis of the temperatures taken with each of the three methods revealed a mean difference of 0.6* C between TA thermometer and glass-mercury thermometer and 0.9* C between digital thermometer and TA thermometer. The difference between these values was found to be consistent with the range provided in the literature. The researchers also concluded that the use of TA thermometers may provide an accurate and time efficient solution, especially for nurses working in pediatric emergency departments, and a viable option that will increase staff productivity.
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Exergen proudly presented the Game Time Temperature during this year’s Super Bowl between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos. Below is audio clip from the game. For more details regarding this contest visit http://www.exergen.com/gametimetemperature. Remember to visit the official Exergen website for product information.
Ser Padres, a Latino parenting magazine, recently included Exergen’s TemporalScanner Thermometer in their March 2014 issue. The Exergen TemporalScanner Thermometer provides accurate temperatures with a gentle swipe of the forehead. Gentle enough for a sleeping baby, and powerful enough for the cold and flu season. Additional product information can be located on the official Exergen website.
To view the complete feature visit SerPadres.com.
Exergen’s “Hot Head” radio advertisement was one of five ads that received top accolades by listeners from WestwoodOne’s contest, outscoring ads from such well-known brands as Geico, Ford, Honda, Macy’s, and State Farm Insurance.
Exergen’s ad described a mother speaking to a friend about how she was able to know that her infant’s fever broke overnight thanks to the new Exergen Smart Glow TemporalScanner™, while poking fun at “hot head” fans watching the Big Game. The TemporalScanner thermometer is backed by more than 50 peer-reviewed published clinical studies, and used in thousands of healthcare facilities and millions of homes.
Full Press Release can be located here.
Paul Derham of Exergen Corporation, a leading manufacturer of temperature technology, recently shared his insights on the healthcare industry at the Health Care Supply Chain Summit in Las Vegas. Video clip is located below:
The Healthcare Supply Chain Summit by GHX is the largest event for healthcare supply chain leaders. Now in its 14th year, the Summit offers a uniquely collaborative environment for both the buy and sell sides of the healthcare supply chain. For additional information click here.
The Baton Rouge Parents Magazine included the Exergen Smart Glow TemporalScanner in the “Hot Picks” section of their February 2014 issue. The article stated that “The TemporalScanner Thermometer is a totally non-invasive system with advanced infrared technology providing maximum ease of use with quick, consistently accurate measurements.”