This Is The Correct Way To Check Someone's Temperature
Provided By - Video Elephant on December 09, 2020
73% of parents think a temperature above 98.6°F is a problem, according to a recent study by Braun thermometers.
You should only be concerned about a person’s temperature if it is 100.4°F or higher.
Everyone’s normal temperature is different due to genetics, physical activity, and several other factors.
It is best to wait an hour after eating when taking someone’s temperature using an oral thermometer.
It’s important to note that mercury thermometers are no longer recommended for taking a person’s temperature.
Ear thermometers are the most accurate because the eardrum uses the same blood supply as the hypothalamus.
The hypothalamus regulates the temperature of the body.
No contact thermometers are also good, but they usually read a temperature 1°F lower than your core body temperature