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Thermoval® Clinical Thermometers

Thermoval Classic

The electronic clinical thermometer with an extra large digital display.
Thermoval Classic is an electronic clinical thermometer with an extra large digital display which guarantees reliable temperature measurement. It is easy to use, electronically accurate and equally suitable for axillary, oral or rectal temperature measurement time of approx. 60-90 seconds; acoustic signal indicates when the thermometer is ready for operation and on completion of measurement; memory function; automatic switch-off function; waterproof and impact resistant case; can be disinfected; with replaceable long-life battery.
Uses: For oral, axillary and rectal measurement of body temperature.

Thermoval Rapid

The new electronic clinical thermometer with an extra large digital display and high-speed technology. The Thermoval Rapid is an electronic clinical thermometer equipped with the latest high-speed technology to deliver precise readings in just a few seconds. This saves time and stress, particularly for smaller patients. It has an extra large display, is easy to use, electronically accurate and equally suitable for axillary, oral or rectal temperature measurement for particularly short measuring times of approx. 10 sec., with extra large digital display; acoustic signal indicates when the thermometer is ready for operation and on completion of measurement; memory function; automatic switch-off function; waterproof and impact-resistant case; can be disinfected; replaceable long-life battery. Uses: For oral, axillary and rectal measurement of body temperature.

Thermoval Hygienic Protective Sheaths

Two-part protective sheaths for hygienic use of clinical thermometers; the thin, soft foil of the sheaths adapts perfectly to the thermometer and is disposed of after measurement using the outer cover to encase.

Uses: Suitable for all measurement methods, particularly for rectal measurement; e.g. in hospitals, especially on isolation wards, but also in outpatient departments and community nursing services.