Medical Thermometers

Thermometers provide accurate results for measuring body temperature and fever. Body temperature is measured by medical thermometers and temperature screening tools to help identify infections and illnesses or to track therapy and recovery. Oral thermometers are the most often used type of thermometer. They serve as a benchmark against which other temperature-taking techniques can be measured.Infants, young children, and the elderly are the main users of our products. Infrared thermometers that don’t make skin contact monitor forehead temperature. Medicine 24’s thermometers of high-quality, accurate, and reliable.

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  • DJMed T2 Infrared Thermometer

    DJMed T2 Infrared Thermometer


    If you’re looking for a reliable, non-contact thermometer to use at home for both adults and children, the DJMed T2 Infrared Thermometer is a great option. This digital thermometer uses an infrared sensor to measure temperature from the temple, making it quick and easy to use. It can also measure surface temperature, making it handy…

  • T4 Forehead Infrared Thermometer

    T4 Forehead Infrared Thermometer


    This infrared forehead thermometer provides an accurate reading and is an essential piece of equipment for your home medicine cabinet. Durable, reliable, and compact, this infrared thermometer provides quick three digit results on an easy-to-read, large LCD screen. The set includes an instruction booklet. COMPACT Small in size and lightweight, this in forehead thermometer weighs…

Infrared Thermometers

Adult and infant forehead temperatures are measured with non-contact infrared thermometers. Noncontact infrared thermometers, sometimes known as temporal scanners, give readings that are between 0.5 and 1 degrees Fahrenheit (or centigrade) lower than oral thermometers.

An Infrared Thermometer on an IR thermometer, also called a pyrometer, gathers infrared energy from an object and directs it into a thermopile detector. In order to display the temperature on the thermometer’s LCD screen, the thermopile turns the energy into electricity.

No-contact or infrared thermometers are just as accurate as oral or rectal thermometers when used properly. Since children or ageing patients frequently wriggle when having their temperatures taken, no-contact thermometers are common among pediatricians and assistive care professionals. This is also true during mass temperature examinations.

Forehead Infrared Thermometers

For babies, infants, and those who need help, a precise temperature reading is crucial. A slight variation in temperature can have a significant impact. According to research, infrared thermometers are equally precise to regular thermometers and less invasive. Its advantages includes:

Non-contact Measurement: Non-contact infrared technology reads from the forehead without making physical touch, preventing cross-infection between different people. Particularly the forehead readings are safer and healthier because the patient is not bothered during essential rest periods.

Fast & Accurate: Thanks to its high-precision sensor and innovative infrared technology, this thermometer can read temperatures in just one second. Temperature measurements are accurate to within 0.1 °C.

Multipurpose: The temporal thermometer is made for people of all ages, including adults, children, and the elderly. It can measure the temperature of a room, an object, and liquids in addition to the forehead. Ideal for families, nurseries, hotels, and schools

Intelligent: Automatic memory of 10 sets of measurements, LCD backlight changes colors based on temperature and alarms are sounded for abnormal temperatures.

Reliable and Easy to Use: Environmentally friendly PP material makes it possible to confidently use the thermometer. Our thermometer has a Germany-made, highly sensitive thermal probe for better clinical precision.

Celsius and Fahrenheit Readings: For rapid results, the thermometer may swiftly flip between the Fahrenheit and Celsius modes.