CUA Use of Forehead Infrared Body Temperature Detection Paper

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1- Limitations of Forehead Infrared Body Temperature Detection for Fever Screening for Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome •Article (PDF Available) in Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology 25(12):1109-11 January 2005

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Using Hand Infrared Hand Temperature Detection for Fever Screening for Severe Acute Respiratory during screening patients for coronavirus

the Aim of this study : We will be investigating alternative measurement methodology for infrared body thermometry to increase personal space and decrease spreading for outdoor fever screening during the 2020 Coronavirus epidemic. Our results indicate that Infrared hand thermometers or non – contact thermometers are gaining popularity these days because of their advantages You can measure body temperature without bringing the device in contact and too closer to the screener. So, the chances of infection and transferable diseases automatically get reduced.