Nurofen for Children FeverSmart Temperature Monitor (Thermometer)
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|Power source||Battery Powered|
|Number of batteries||3 AAA batteries required. (included)|
About this item
- Continuous realtime temperature monitoring.
- Easy to understand temperature readings.
- Monitors as they sleep.
- Wireless range up to 40m (Unobstructed view with Base station within 1.5m from the monitor.).
- Accurate within ± 0.2 degrees Celsius with correct usage.
- Batteries : 3 AAA batteries required. (included)
- Product Dimensions : 5.3 x 13.3 x 16.9 cm; 0.16 Grams
- Date First Available : 13 November 2017
- Manufacturer : Reckitt Benckiser Health
- ASIN : B077BQ945V
- Item Model Number : 3036660
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The FeverSmart Temperature Monitor connects with the FeverSmart App to continuously and accurately track your child’s temperature. Remember to check on your child regularly for signs and symptons of illness. The FeverSmart App Available in the Apple App Store and on Google Play, the FREE FeverSmart App helps you feel in control while you monitor your child's fever. Indicates on screen whether your child’s temperature is high, moderate or normal. Visual and audible alerts if temperature rises above 38 degree Celsius. Helps you track medication over time. Accurate within ± 0.2 degrees Celsius with correct usage. Environmental factors and child's position may result in greater variance in accuracy.
From the manufacturer
The FeverSmart App
Available in the Apple App Store and on Google Play, the FeverSmart App helps put you in control of your child's fever.
Displays on screen whether your child's temperature is high, moderate or normal. Visual and audible notifications if temperature is in the high range^. Helps you track medicine doses.
FeverSmart Temperature Monitor
Continuous real-time temperature monitoring
The FeverSmart Temperature Monitor is a new way to monitor your baby’s temperature without interrupting their sleep. It continuously and accurately* monitors the temperature, sends notifications if it is high and allows you to track the medication you provide.
^Please ensure you turn on push notifications and your phone is not on silent or 'do not disturb'.
Features & Benefits
Nurofen for Children FeverSmart Temperature Monitor continuously and accurately* monitors temperature (+/-0.2°C)
Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional. Always continue to monitor you child’s wellbeing.
Monitors without disturbing your child's sleep, updating once a minute.
Visual and audible notifications when temperature is in the high range^
FeverSmart temperature alert
Soft, flexible, ultra-sensitive patch with pain-free removal.
How to use
1. Connect your FeverSmart Temperature Monitor to the FeverSmart App.
2. Place the monitor under your child’s arm with ultra-sensitive FeverSmart adhesive and lower your child's arm to cover the monitor.
Put the base station nearby
3. Place the base station no further than 1.5 metres from your child’s bed.
4. Remotely monitor your child's temperature over time.
Q Can I stick the Monitor anywhere else on the body?
A FeverSmart is designed to accurately* measure armpit temperature which is 1°C lower than core body temperature.
Q What is normal body temperature and how is it defined?
A Normal body temperature is on average 37°C but it can vary slightly from child to child and at different times.
Q What do the colours on the screen indicate?
A Using colour indicators, FeverSmart temperature monitor clearly signals whether your child's temperature is normal, moderate or high.
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The sticky pads seem perfect for sensitive skin and don't leave any residue. Replacement pads are easy to purchase, they sell them in Boots etc now if you need new ones in a hurry. The pads are a bit expensive for what they are though.
Reasons for the 3 star rating relates to the accuracy and app features. Overall the accuracy seems ok but it does really depend on positioning and arm placement. When the arm is down and it's positioned well then the temperature readings match in ear thermoscan readings.
The second problem is the app and alerts. There isn't a way to set alerts for moderate temperature or green only red alerts which is 38 degrees or more. With it sometimes not being fully accurate it would be nice to have the option of alerts for all readings.
It's a great device to have a saves disturbing your little ones in the evening or when napping but we still don't have enough trust to rely on this completely through the night and still set alarms to do additional readings with in ear thermometers.
Technology is lacking in the health monitoring industry, so it's nice to see products like this being developed and accredited. We have used this device now a few times over 6 months and will certainly continue to use it despite its downfalls.
Easy to link up to the app too
I think it’s a brilliant idea, but the product didn’t live upto expectations.
From what I checked against other thermometers, it seems to be an accurate thermometer which allows you to remotely and continuously monitor a child's temperature and act when any changes are detected.
My problem is with the exorbitantly pricey "sticky tabs" which are essential in keeping the thermometer in place.. Although you get a few with the kit, they would soon run out and this could end up being a pricey alternative to a digital thermometer. Having said that, I would feel a little uncomfortable leaving a baby with the thermometer without the stickies for two reasons. 1. I'm scared they may put it in their mouths and 2. if it was not in proximity to the child, the reading would be all wrong therefore negating its usefulness. What worries me about the stickies is that when a child has a temperature, they sweat a lot and the wriggle a lot which suggests to me that the sticky would not stay sticky for long, the thermometer would move and would, again, negate its usefulness.
I am normally one for new technology, but I'm unsure about this one being practicable or cost effective.
Although, in essence, it works well, I'm unsure of the operation in practice and, at the price, I would stick to a digital or forehead style thermometer and put up with trampling up and down the stairs all evening and being awake all night for peace of mind.
Not for me