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Wearable Thermometer and App Makes Child Illness a Little Easier for Parents

January 2015
By Tina Courtney-Brown in Featured SE Optimization SE Tactics Search Engines SPN Featured Articles

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CES 2015 has something for everyone, including the parents of young children.

Blue Spark Technologies has unveiled a 24-hour intelligent thermometer that takes the guesswork out of taking your child’s temperature.

The bluetooth thermometer comes in the form of a soft patch that monitors body temperature for 24 hours. The thin, flexible patch is affixed to the underarm of the child, much like an adhesive bandage.

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TempTraq is the first and only 24-hour intelligent thermometer that continuously senses, records, and sends alerts of a child’s temperature to your mobile device,” reads the company website.

The app, which is available for both iOS and Android, displays both real time and historical temperature data so parents can see immediately if their child’s temperature spikes.

The thermometer measures temperatures between 86.0°F and 108.3°F, but parents must be within roughly 40 feet of the device to receive the readings. Users simply press the start button to activate the thermometer and connect it to the app with the unique code provided.

“TempTraq allows parents to keep a close watch on their child’s temperature without having to continually disturb them,” Blue Spark Technologies CEO John Gannon said in a press release. “Our wireless wearable thermometer gives parents peace of mind and their children the rest they need to get better. It’s the only way to monitor a sick child.”

The Smart thermometer offers color-coding based on temperature levels: Green is for less than 100.4°F; orange is equal to or greater than 100.4°F; and red indicates the child’s temperature is above the user-set level. Caregivers can set the app to receive alerts when the child’s temperature enters the red zone and can even keep track of when their child eats, drinks or takes medicine.

The TempTraq app also enables parents to monitor multiple thermometers if more than one child is sick.

The device is currently pending FDA approval so is not yet available for sale.

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