American Red Cross Thermometer
The American Red Cross and The First Years have combined to offer a selection of infant and toddler wellness and safety goods that parents can believe. This ergonomically-designed thermometer has the high-speed sensor available, for fast, secure, comfortable readings. Fast, precise reading in 8 seconds: comfortable for baby, simple to use for parents!
When choosing a traditional probe thermometer, the underarm thermometer is one of the most accurate ways to get a temperature reading that is going to be on-key, especially in young infants and children.
The First Years American Red Cross Underarm Thermometer can give parents the peace of mind that they are getting a reading from an exact area of the body, every single time that the temperature is being taken.
Design American Red Cross Thermometer
Using the ergonomic design, parents can easily insert the underarm thermometer into the underarm area of the child, ensuring that the mercury remains in place while the reading is being taken. This way, the parent can comfortably hold the thermometer in place, while making the gauge of the reading that is being shown for the temperature.
It’s recommended for use for infants over the age of six months, to ensure that the child can remain still or soothed and held by parents, to obtain the most accurate reading.
Features American Red Cross Thermometer
-Fastest sensor available
-Quick, correct reading in 8 seconds
-Suitable for baby, easy to use for parents
-Six months – UP
The traditional probe design requires the thermometer to be placed under the arm, but parents can ensure that the thermometer is going to remain in place – but also give a rapid result. The quick results can allow the parent to allow the child to be on their way in just seconds after the reading has begun. This way, children can get back to their activities without waiting upwards of thirty seconds for reading.
Conclusion American Red Cross Thermometer
Overall, parents can ensure that they have an available thermometer on-the-go, allowing them to enjoy activities without worrying whether the baby or child is suffering from fever symptoms.