A and D Medical UT-801 Thermometer
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Frequently Asked Questions
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I just took my temperature but what is actually considered a 'healthy' body temperature? Verified
This partially depends on the body part where the temperature was taken. The following can be considered healthy: Forehead 35,8 to 37,6 °C, Ear 36 to 37,8°C, rectally 36,3 to 37,8°C and orally 36 to 37,4°C.
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What parts of the body are best to measure body temperature? Verified
This depends on the thermometer. Some thermometers are designed for use on specific parts of the body. With a regular thermometer, rectal usage is the fastest and most accurate way to measure body temperature.
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From what temperature does a person officially have a fever? Verified
A temperature above 38°C is officially considered a fever.
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