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Drop in COVID alertness could create deadly new variant, WHO says

April 24, 2023

For the first couple of years of the pandemic, other respiratory viruses seemed to be on hiatus. (Rhinoviruses, which cause the common cold, were an exception.) Social distancing measures, sharp declines in international travel, and potentially some interplay between SARS-2 and the other viruses are thought to explain their absence. There was no flu season […] Read More →

Temporal Artery Thermometry (TAT) – Accurate for Preterm Neonates

February 4, 2023

A study published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Gynecologic, Neonatal #Nursing shows that the Exergen Temporal Artery Temperature measurements (Temporal Artery Thermometry) are as #accurate as axillary temperature measurements in low-birth-weight neonates in the NICU.   Babies Exhibit Less Fussiness and Crying with the TAT A study published in the Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, Neonatal Nursing 1 shows that Exergen temporal artery temperature measurements […] Read More →

A fever is often accompanied by anxious dreams in children

January 24, 2023

There is a flu wave affecting many countries. This causes many people to suffer from muscle pain, colds, and hots. Besides coughing a lot, they also have a snotty nose. Fever is one of the hallmarks of the flu. It is defined as a body temperature of 38 degrees or higher. Intense fever dreams can […] Read More →

Is it a Cold or the Flu?

January 23, 2020

The Flu Almost Always Brings a Fever, According to Exergen According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), influenza-like illness activity is now widespread in 48 states, making this the worst flu season since 2003. From 2010  to 2019, the annual death rate from the flu has increased from approximately 12,000 deaths per […] Read More →

Rest in Peace, Our Friend Irving Erlichman

November 25, 2019

Over 90 years young and still going strong in his second career after his retirement in 1985 from Polaroid: The Ultimate Secret

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Increased Temporal Scanner Hospital Use Increases Medicare Reimbursement

May 8, 2019

A new national survey was recently conducted to explore methods of thermometry used in hospitals, patients’ thermometry preferences and a possible correlation between the way patients had their temperatures taken and satisfaction with their hospital experience.

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Exergen Reduces Hospital Costs by 90%

December 28, 2018

Exergen Corporation has announced that two new studies from Postgraduate Medical Journal indicate that when used throughout a hospital, Exergen TemporalScanners deliver substantial cost savings while providing accuracy and ease of use, as supported by more than 70 peer-reviewed published studies for all ages and clinical settings. 10 Times Less Expensive Temporal Scanner The first […] Read More →

Exergen Temporal Thermometers Reduces Hospital Costs by 90%

November 28, 2018

Exergen Corporation announces that two new studies from Postgraduate Medical Journal indicate that when used throughout a hospital, Exergen TemporalScanners deliver substantial cost savings while providing accuracy. Cost Minimization with Exergen The first study, “Cost minimization analysis of thermometry in two different hospital systems,” from University Hospital Centre Zagreb and University of Michigan Hospitals. Each […] Read More →

University Medical Centre Groningen Chooses TAT-5000 of Exergen Medical as Standard Thermometer Throughout The Hospital

November 2, 2018

University Medical Centre Groningen has decided to standardize on the TAT-5000 thermometer of Exergen Medical. The well-known university hospital – based in Groningen, The Netherlands – will buy several hundreds of the ‘temporal scanner’ from the Dutch distributor, Van Vliet Medical Products. Accurate and non-invasive The TAT-5000 has many advantages over more traditional methods of […] Read More →

A Rare Win for a Medical Testing Patent in Exergen Corporation v. Kaz USA, Inc.

May 11, 2018

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