Manuals for A and D Medical Thermometers
Below you can find all models A and D Medical Thermometers for which we have manuals available. Also view the frequenty asked questions at the bottom of the page for useful tips about your product. Is your model not on the list? Please contact us.
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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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