thermometry


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thermometry

 [ther-mom´ĕ-tre]
measurement of temperature.

ther·mom·e·try

(ther-mom'ĕ-trē),
The measurement of temperature.
[thermo- + G. metron, measure]

ther·mom·e·try

(thĕr-mom'ĕ-trē)
The measurement of temperature.
[thermo- + G. metron, measure]

thermometry

measurement of temperature.
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The distribution" around the mean "was way larger than we had thought, so [rectal thermometry was] not very reliable at all.
2011) and could be improved with the integral constraints provided by in situ acoustic thermometry and tomographic data.
Keywords: Axillary thermometre fever Tactile thermometry.
Temporal artery versus bladder thermometry during perioperative and intensive care unit monitoring.
We expect to advance this site-specific irrigation system toward commercialization by combining the mature technology of infrared thermometry with the convenience of modern wireless communication to allow transparent implementation of advanced irrigation automation algorithms.
The device can also accommodate the Welch Allyn SureTempEeA Plus electronic thermometer, making it the first multiparameter vital signs device that can accommodate both thermister oral/axillary/rectal and tympanic ear thermometry accessories simultaneously.
Non-contact infrared thermometry (NIFT) is an inexpensive and noninvasive method used to obtain body temperatures in experimental animals.
In a second study of 225 similarly high-risk patients that used the same methods, patients in the dermal thermometry group were one-third as likely to ulcerate at 18 months as were those in the standard therapy group (12% vs.
In a second study of 225 similarly high-risk patients, patients in the dermal thermometry group were one-third as likely to ulcerate at 18 months as were those in the standard therapy group (12% vs.
We assessed the accuracy of cutaneous infrared thermometry, which measures temperature on the forehead, for detecting patients with fever in patients admitted to an emergency department.
In the year 2000 most clinicians at St John's Hospital in Malawi were using palpation, not thermometry, to assess fever, despite the availability of thermometers in the hospital.
Key developments in the history of thermometry in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries illustrate the broadening effect of HSP on the sciences.