Meat Thermometer for checking for a Fever

Meat Thermometer for checking for a Fever

A minor bit of a departure from the usual cutlery posts today. Things are a little scary out there right now. And due to bulk buying and hoarding the price of human thermometers has gone sky high. And the availability isn’t great either. So here’s a viable alternative: Using a meat thermometer to check if you have a fever.

The Habor 022 Meat Thermometer has a 4-6 second ultra fast response time with accuracy of ±1℃. The temperature range is -58℉ to 572℉. Be warned that it’s not waterproof so don’t immerse the whole thing in water, just the probe is safe.

To measure underarm temperature:

  1. Check that the thermometer is on.
  2. Lightly press the tip of the thermometer into the center of the armpit.
  3. Hold your arm, or your child’s arm, close against the body so the thermometer stays in place.
  4. Wait for the thermometer to take its reading. This will take about a minute.
  5. Read the temperature.
  6. Clean the thermometer and store for its next use.
Age range (years)Normal temperature range for underarm temperatureTemperature considered fever
0–294.5–99°F (34.7–37.2°C)99.1°F+ (37.3°C+)
3–1096.6–98.0°F (35.9–36.7°C)98.1°F+ (36.7°C+)
11–6595.3–98.4°F (35.2–36.9°C)98.5°F+ (36.9°C+)
65+96.0–97.4°F (35.6–36.3°C)97.5°F+ (36.4°C+)

The above instructions and temp ranges are taken from Healthline.com

We’ll get through this, just stay calm and love each other.

Habor 022 Instant Read Thermometer from Amazon

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