Connected thermometer that measures body temperature and enable to transmit user’s data to their own device.
Thermometer: A device used to measure the temperature of gaseous, liquid or solid matter or of a chemical reaction such as fire. Temperature measurement is important to a wide range of activities. Including industry, scientific research, and health care. In health care, they are used to measure the temperature of the human body. They include the following types:
Oral (those placed under the tongue)
Rectal thermometers (those placed within the rectum)
Multi-purpose (those that can be placed under the tongue, in the rectum or under the armpit)
Eardrum (those placed inside the ear).
Basal (highly sensitive thermometers placed under the tongue or in the rectum. To measure slight temperature changes indicating that ovulation has taken place in a woman).
The device that measures temperature or a temperature gradient. A thermometer has two important elements. A temperature sensor in which some change occurs with a change in temperature. And some means of converting this change into a numerical value.
These devices are used to see if you have a fever. Or tell you how cold it is outside. Made up of thermo (heat) and meter (measuring device). The meaning of the word thermometer is pretty straightforward. It measure temperatures in degrees. According to either the Celsius or Fahrenheit system.
Digital devices provide the fastest and most accurate results. In taking temperature. Available in many shapes and sizes.
Be sure to read the instructions given to you with the thermometer so that you can get the most accurate results. This also goes for any other type of thermometer you may use. There is a sensor on the end of the thermometer that touches the body part . And reads the body’s temperature.
Forehead ones are also used to measure temperature. But may not be as reliable as the digital thermometers. They are placed on the temporal artery of the forehead. And reads the infrared heat that comes off of the head.