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Exergen Temporal Artery Thermometer

by Exergen

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  • Accurate temperature with a gentle forehead scan
  • More accurate than ear - Harvard Medical School study
  • At least as accurate as rectal - Hospital for Sick Children study
  • Use on sleeping infant, or child with ear infection
  • Imbedded silver destroys bacteria, mold, mildew and fungi... naturally and safely
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Take your index finger, put it on the center of your forehead, slide it on a line over your eyebrow to your hairline. If you had the Exergen thermometer in your hand, you would have taken the quickest and most accurate non-invasive temperature available. Features: * Method of choice of Premier Hospitals * Use on sleeping infant, or child with ear infection * Recommended for the whole family * No probe covers required * Imbedded silver destroys bacteria, mold, mildew and fungi... naturally and safely * More accurate than ear - Harvard Medical School study * At least as accurate as rectal - Hospital for Sick Children study * Protected by 11 US patents, made in USA * 9V Battery included * Recommended by physicians Silver Ion Antimicrobial Head Hospital Technology for Home The new TAT-20000C Temporal Artery Thermometer features the added protection of an antimicrobial head that destroys harmful bacteria, mold, mildew and fungi. The thermometer head is manufactured from a material that is fully impregnated with silver ions that are continually released at the surface to destroy the microbes.

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  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00ILOO91I
  • UPC: 885276319793 879488267768
  • Item model number: Exe-8811
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (284 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,429 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

This is very easy to use and works great.
Gussie
When using it to take a temperature multiple times in a row, it will actually give me different readings each time, sometimes up to a degree and a half different.
Lucy Nelson
It is soooo much easier to use than any of the other types of thermometers!
J. Miller

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

618 of 625 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 5, 2010
I'm an ER nurse and we use Exergen's temporal artery thermometers in our ER. They are much more accurate than underarm or in the ear, although the gold standard is a rectal temperature, which can be upsetting to children.
I actually wrote my Master's research paper on these thermometers, and here are a few tips in order to use them accurately:
1. run the thermometer from forehead (above the eye) all the way into the hairline. DO NOT LIFT the thermometer at all!!!
2. repeat this 2 more times
3. take the HIGHEST of the 3 readings. It is always important to take the HIGHEST as it is most accurate. There is a chance it didn't read right on the artery so it wouldn't be as high, which is why it is best to do 3 readings.
4. clean the head of the thermometer with a Q-tip and some alcohol occasionally to help it read accurately.
5. If your child is sweaty, the sweat dries off quickly and cools their skin temperature, so it isn't as accurate! In this case, it is better to run the thermometer over their carotid artery on their neck- off to the side of the voicebox. Run the thermometer side to side, and not up and down.
If you follow all of these steps, this thermometer is quick, easy and very accurate. I highly recommend it over any other form of temperature taking for young children.
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79 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Dace on February 15, 2012
My biggest worry was how accurate can these be? I am always the skeptic and trust mechanical processes more then electronic ones. Some things we did to try it out.

1.) Test it on me - both readings came out about 98.8 which is good because the average human body temperature is 98.6.
2.) Test it on my wife - we have always known she runs about a degree cooler then the average. We know this because this always occurs during hospital visits or doctor visits, she just runs cooler. We tested it on her three times and it came back about 97.5 which is what we expected.
3.) A sick baby - our daughter's daycare told us yesterday that she was running a 104 degree temperature. They used an in ear thermometer to test her. We picked her up and tried the Exergen on her and consistently came back with a 106 degree temperature. We took her to the ER where the ER nurses tested her using their high end forehead thermometer (like ours, only industrial and hooked to a big machine). It also read at 106 degrees. Routinely through the night they kept taking her temperature using their industrial forehead thermometer. When they would leave the room, I would get up and test her with the Exergen thermometer and it always came back the same temperature as the hospital's readings.

Suffice to say that I very much trust this thermometer to give us an accurate view of our daughter's temperature.
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55 of 63 people found the following review helpful By J. Miller on December 14, 2009
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This has been a fabulous product. I guess it is that time of year, but our kids have been sick a lot and we've had the chance to use it several times already. It is soooo much easier to use than any of the other types of thermometers! The kids don't kick and scream, in fact, they think it is kind of a fun way to check their temperature. It only takes about 3 seconds to read someone's temperature. It seems to be very accurate (based on the fact that it reads very close to 98.6 degrees when someone doesn't have a fever).

The unit looks and feels like it is well-made. I consider it one of the best investments we have ever made and I would definitely buy it again if I had it to do all over.
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49 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Holly Henderson on January 24, 2010
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I wanted to try this becauce it is what they use at the doctor's office and it seems so easy and accurate. Aside from the fact that all of the other options just do not make sense--I don't want to use a rectal therm for my toddler, he will not tolerate a therm in the mouth or under the arm, and the ear therms don't seem accurate.
This is insanely easy to use. There is just one button! I tend to take two readings to assure an accurate reading, and my only gripe is that there is no "reset" button to use between readings. The only option is to turn it off and then on again, which I worry is depleting the battery, but it's not a huge deal. I also like the idea of the antimicrobial head so that I don't have to clean it with alcohol. Overall, the best option I have found for a squirmy toddler, as well as the whole family.
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36 of 43 people found the following review helpful By David P. Mccaffrey on May 17, 2009
The easiest product yet to get an accurate temperature! I've compared many and tested several, plus talked with the 'experts' in the field of medicine and this has, by far exceeded the relative ease of use and reliability of the other thermometers out there. Simple to use. Nothing required in the mouth or ear, just a quick swipe to the forehead and you're done. The temperature displays in a clear, digital format. I recommend this product!
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32 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Jamie M. Carbone on May 22, 2010
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I work as a home health nurse. The thermometer is super efficient and easy to use, but it won't read if it is cold. Once it warms up, it reads just fine. The often leave my nursing bag in the car, and my stuff gets cold for the night. If I warm up the sensor with my finger, I can often get it to read. It is definitely more accurate than other methods of taking a temperature.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By GinT on December 30, 2014
This worked okay at first. It wasn't super consistent but usually only varied by a few tenths. Recently my toddler had a raging fever, she was burning to the touch yet this thermometer kept giving me readings of around 98....I used an underarm thermometer and it was 102.3!!!! After that it went in the trash.
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