Mobile Health Around the Globe: Raiing Thermometer From China Continuously Monitors Temperature

by Joan Justice, Senior Editor, HealthWorks Collective

First posted on HealthWorks Collective on 01/21/2013

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The Raiing Wireless Thermometer from China was given FDA clearance last year for children over 2 years old.  The device, a peel and stick contact sensor, continuously monitors your child’s temperature so you don’t have to.  No waking up your child to take his temperature every hour.  Let him sleep! mobilehealth

See how this works:

Adhere the wireless thermometer under your child’s armpit.  It will continuosly monitor temperature and send the data to your iPhone wherever you are.  The materials in contact with the skin are free from irritants, toxins and allergens.

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Temperature is monitored in Fahrenheit or Celsius easily and contiuously while your child sleeps.  Data is recorded for 72 hours and can be stored in the cloud.

You can set the device to alert you if the temperature reaches a certain level.

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This way, you can rest easy, knowing that the device will keep track of your child’s temperature so you don’t have to.

Raiing is looking for a suitable business partner in the US and expects the thermometer to be available here in March 2013.

Below is a news video about the Raiing Wireless Thermometer:

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Patricia Salber MD, MBA (@docweighsin)
Patricia Salber, MD, MBA is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Doctor Weighs In. She is also the CEO of Health Tech Hatch, the sister site of TDWI that helps innovators tell their stories to the world. She is also a physician executive who has worked in all aspects of healthcare including practicing emergency physician, health plan executive, consultant to employers, CMS, and other organizations. She is a Board Certified Internist and Emergency Physician who loves to write about just about anything that has to do with healthcare.

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