NexTemp® Plus: Rectal Thermometer with Sheath
Single-Use Clinical Thermometer – Disposable
The NexTemp® Plus Thermometer is individually wrapped and intended for single patient use. It is designed for high accuracy readings and to prevent patients from exposure to infections such as C. difficile, MRSA, Norovirus, and Rotavirus. NexTemp® thermometers circumvent this risk by providing a clean, sterile instrument that is used with a single patient and then discarded.
Accuracy: ±0.2ºF or ±0.1ºC
Shelf Life: 5 years from the date of manufacture
Storage: No climate controlled storage required
Value: No time or resources spent on device maintenance
Range: 96.0°F to 104.8°F or 35.5°C to 40.4°C
Safety: Non-toxic, mercury-free, latex-free
Infection Control: One disposable thermometer per patient
Maintenance: Non-breakable, no calibration or batteries required
NexTemp® Plus’ accuracy is the same as, or better than, other thermometers commonly used in a healthcare setting. Each of the dots has its own formulated temperature point that fires at a specific temperature. When a dot fires, the color changes from green to black. The number of temperature dots that fire is dependent on the patient’s temperature. The last black dot provides the accurate temperature reading.
Case Size: 2,000 individual thermometers + 2,000 rectal sheaths (40 boxes of 50 units)
100 Rectal Sheath refills (10 bags of 100 units)
Fahrenheit Scale: Rectal Thermometer, Product code 1117-20
Celsius Scale: Rectal Thermometer, Product code 2117-20
Rectal Sheath Refills: Product code 6000-20
Directions for Use
Note: The thermometers displayed read 98.6°F and 38.7°C. After the temperature reading is taken, the thermometer will reset. If the thermometer resets itself before the temperature signal can be read, simply retake the patient’s temperature using the same thermometer.
NexTemp® Ultra & NexTemp® Standard: Differences
The difference between NexTemp® Ultra and NexTemp® Standard is the duration of the temperature signal after the thermometer has been removed from the patient’s mouth (or underarm if an axillary temperature is taken). Both thermometers have the same directions for use; the Ultra simply offers a longer period to read the patient’s temperature before the thermometer begins the reset cycle.