The SteadyTemp temperature measurement system is based on a temperature-sensitive sensor embedded in an adhesive patch and the supporting app. The high-tech sensor patch is worn on the side of the chest under the arm, once activated it continuously measures and records body temperature levels, at pre-set time intervals.
Accurate temperature measurement doesn’t have to be a science
Indications of infection should be taken seriously
Although it is not always immediately obvious why someone would have an elevated temperature for a day or a night, a high fever is always a sign that a person is sick and should always be taken seriously.
There is no "normal" temperature
According to the latest scientific evidence, every person has their own unique "normal" body temperature. Among other factors this depends on the time of day: The peak temperature levels are measured at around 6 p.m., the lowest at around 4 a.m..
Influence of external factors
In addition to the time of day, many other external factors can cause the body temperature to be higher than "normal" for a short period of time: being too warm while sleeping, boisterous behaviour, running around or other activities that cause the body to sweat.
Single measurements are outdated
A single, momentary measurement, is inconclusive. Once a fever has been measured it is important that the temperature is taken again, after half an hour of rest. By doing this you can determine whether the reading was only a short-term increase in temperature or perhaps an indication of an infection.
The solution: continuous measurement
When used for diagnostic purposes, experts recommend taking temperature measurements several times a day and documenting the readings continuously.
Continuous temperature measurement in the home care sector with STEADYTEMP
bacterical or viral infections
COVID-19 early detection
for undetermined injuries
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