clinical thermometer

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a mercury thermometer designed to measure the temperature of the human body

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Originally founded in Japan by several medical scientists intent on manufacturing the most reliable clinical thermometers, Terumo Corporation has evolved into a global leader in the development, manufacture, and distribution of world-class medical devices in high-growth therapeutic areas of cardiovascular medicine such as cardiothoracic surgery, left-ventricular assist systems for end-stage heart failure, minimally invasive coronary and endovascular interventions, and neuro-interventional technologies for cerebral aneurysms.
PRODUCT INTRODUCTIONS/INNOVATIONS II-28 Independence Energy Announces Availability of Non-Contact Infrared Thermometers II-28 Braun Launches IRT6520 and PRT2000 Thermometers with Age Precision Technology II-28 Sanomedics International Launches Caregiver TouchFree(TM) Clinical Thermometers II-28 Braun Releases Forehead Thermometer II-28 Fairhaven Health Launches ibasal II-28 Fraden Corp.
These include electric blankets, heating pads, blood pressure and blood glucose monitors, nebulizers, clinical thermometers, personal and kitchen scales, foot baths and air humidifiers, Shiatsu massagers, baby monitors, heart rate monitors and cosmetic mirrors.
Terumo jumped 80 yen to 2,025 yen after a news report that the medical equipment maker has received orders for clinical thermometers worth some $500,000 from Singapore, around five times the amount it sold there all of last year, due to SARS.
Industry Overview II-1 Market Trends II-1 Digital Thermometers Continue Steady Growth II-1 Manufacturers Develop New Thermometry Technologies for Niche Markets II-1 Innovation Changes the Face of Thermometers II-1 Single-Use Chemical Dot Thermometers II-2 Thermometers in Various Hues Attract Customers'Attention II-2 New Alternatives for Mercury Thermometers II-2 Issues II-2 Concerns Over Mercury at its Peak II-2 Mercury in Clinical Thermometers - At a Glance II-3 EU Ban on Mercury-Based Thermometers II-3 Fever Phobia Creates Artificial Demand II-4 Mercury Handling & Disposal II-4 Measures for Prevention, Safe Handling, and Disposal of Mercury Products II-5 Recycling Products - Ideal Method for Minimizing Mercury Contamination II-5 Rectal Thermometers and Related Issues II-6
In the early 1990s Geratherm introduced the use of Galinstan as a safer substitute for mercury in clinical thermometers.
Terumo jumped 54 yen to 1,999 yen after a news report that the medical equipment maker has received orders for clinical thermometers worth some $500,000 from Singapore, around five times the amount it sold there all of last year, thanks to SARS.
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