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A & D Medical UT-103 Digital Thermometer

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This item: A & D Medical UT-103 Digital Thermometer
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Description

Digital Thermometer

Product Details

  • Flexible tip for greater comfort
  • Results from 10 seconds
  • Fever Alarm & Indicator
  • Backlight for easy reading
  • Storage Case included
  • Large, easy to read digital display
  • Waterproof
  • Automatic shut off feature
  • For oral and underarm use
  • °C/°F readout

Contents: 1 non-predictive thermometer with a storage case and instruction leaflet.

Suitable for
This product is suitable for adults and children from 0 months and up.

How to use
Please read the enclosed leaflet carefully before first use. Instructions for correct use are given in the leaflet inside the pack.

Hazards and Cautions
“Normal” body temperature is 37°C, however, this can vary from person to person, and a child’s body temperature can vary between 36°C and 37.5°C. If a high temperature persists or worsens, or other symptoms develop that you are concerned about, seek medical advice. Temperature is not the only indication of illness. If your child seems unwell, whether or not they have a high temperature, seek medical advice. Keep out of the sight and reach of children.

Storage
Store at room temperature.

Important info – Frequently Asked Questions

1. Q. What is the “normal” temperature range and what temperature would be classed as a fever?
A. “Normal” body temperature varies between different people, different times of day, and depends on the location the thermometer is used; see below for Guide temperatures.

  • Normal Temperature
    • Temperature (Oral): Child 36°C – 37.5°C, Adult Around 37°C
    • Temperature (Underarm): Child 35.5°C – 37.0°C, Adult Around 36.5°C

Note: There is no universally agreed “normal” temperature range. It depends on the information source and site of measurement.

NHS indicates around 37°C for an adult (oral), 36.4°C for a child (underarm).

Heathline.com indicates:

  • Babies and children: In babies and children, the average body temperature ranges from 36.6°C to 37.2°C.
  • Adults: Among adults, the average body temperature ranges from 36.1°C to 37.2°C.
  • Adults over age 65: In older adults, the average body temperature is lower than 36.2°C.
  • A fever is regarded as a temperature above 38°C
  • Hypothermia is regarded as a temperature below 35°C

2. Q. What Factors affect “Normal” Body Temperature?
A. Many factors can influence body temperatures and include:

  • A person’s individual metabolism
  • Age
  • Clothing
  • Outside temperature
  • Time of day
  • Activities
  • Illness
  • Some medications

3. Q. What if the thermometer records a temperature below the “normal” temperature range?
A. Turn off, wait 1 minute then repeat the measurement following the instructions carefully; placing the thermometer in the correct position and waiting for the extended record time (2 minutes for oral, 5 minutes for under-arm testing), before taking a reading. If the temperature recorded is still below “normal” levels and you feel unwell, seek medical advice. Note: Do not take temperature after exposure to very hot or very cold conditions or for 30 minutes after eating, drinking, or exercising. Before taking temperature, sit/lie down for at least 5 minutes.

4. Q. What if the thermometer records a temperature within the “normal” temperature range but I still feel unwell?
A. Temperature is not the only sign of illness; if the patient feels unwell; even if the temperature recorded is “normal”; you should seek medical advice.

5. Q. How long should I wait to record the temperature?
A. You will get an initial indication of your temperature when the device beeps; but wait for 2 minutes (oral) or 5 minutes (underarm) for an accurate reading.

6. Q. How do I clean the thermometer for use by different people?
A. Clean the thermometer by wiping with a damp cloth (with soap or mild detergent). Wipe dry with a clean soft cloth.

7. Q. The Thermometer indicates “Lo,” “Hi,” “Err,” or a battery symbol when testing?
A. Refer to the troubleshooting guide in the instruction manual.

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