exergen

Exergen and Nidek Medical India Participate in “Medicall” Expo in New Delhi, India

Health care professionals will be able to see for themselves the benefits of using the innovative Temporal Artery Thermometer in hospitals, clinics, and at home Exergen, a global leader in infrared temperature measurement technologies for medical applications, will exhibit its TAT-5000, TAT-2000, and TAT-2000C thermometers at “Medicall” Expo in Delhi, 17-19 September 2022. Highly accurate, …

Exergen and Nidek Medical India Participate in “Medicall” Expo in New Delhi, India Read More »

Survey Shows Skepticism In U.S. On Accuracy Of Non-Contact Temperature Screenings For COVID-19 And Its Variants

  Americans Want Accuracy in Public Temperature Screenings A new national online survey conducted by The Harris Poll on behalf of the Exergen Corporation shows that over two-thirds of Americans (68%) want thermometers to be used in public spaces to screening for COVID-19 and its variants during cold and flu season this upcoming fall and …

Survey Shows Skepticism In U.S. On Accuracy Of Non-Contact Temperature Screenings For COVID-19 And Its Variants Read More »

Exergen Fights High Cost Of Healthcare And Impact Of Hospital Medical Waste On Climate Change With “Green Cash Flow” Trade-Up Program

One thing has remained constant with U.S. healthcare: it keeps getting more expensive. The American Medical Association reports1 that medical expenditures increased by 4.6% in 2019 to $3.8 trillion. This followed a 4.7% jump in 2018 and 4.6% increase in 2016. At the same time, medical waste is one of the top contributors to greenhouse gas emissions …

Exergen Fights High Cost Of Healthcare And Impact Of Hospital Medical Waste On Climate Change With “Green Cash Flow” Trade-Up Program Read More »

Exergen Duke University Study Shows Corporate Senior Managers Endorse Ineffective Non-Contact Thermometer Screenings Against Medical Director’s Advice

Companies Implement Ineffective Screenings to Give Employees and Customers Misleading Reassurance A new study[1] published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (JOEM) shows senior management overriding the advice of their medical directors regarding screening employees with non-contact thermometers. The study also shows non-contact thermometers are inaccurate, and those screenings are not recommended by …

Exergen Duke University Study Shows Corporate Senior Managers Endorse Ineffective Non-Contact Thermometer Screenings Against Medical Director’s Advice Read More »

Exergen: New Study Shows Pro Athletes In Closed Campus “Bubble” Who Tested Positive For COVID-19 But Were Asymptomatic Did Not Transmit The Virus

A new study1 published by JAMA Network proves that individuals, in this case, young, healthy, male basketball players, who tested positive for COVID-19 but were asymptomatic, did not spread the virus despite being in a closed, isolation “bubble” over a period of months. Over approximately four months, nearly 4,000 basketball players, staff, and vendors interacted …

Exergen: New Study Shows Pro Athletes In Closed Campus “Bubble” Who Tested Positive For COVID-19 But Were Asymptomatic Did Not Transmit The Virus Read More »

Exergen Corporation Expands Into Switzerland

Signs marketing and distribution agreement with ITRIS Medical AG for the full line of professional non-invasive high-tech thermometers for hospitals and healthcare institutions   Exergen Corporation, a global leader in infrared temperature measurement technologies for medical applications, announced today that it has signed a marketing and distribution contract with ITRIS Medical AG to market the …

Exergen Corporation Expands Into Switzerland Read More »

Exergen: New CDC Study Reinforces Need For Accurate Temperature Taking When Screening For COVID-19

Non-Contact Thermometers Are Proven Inaccurate and Should Not Be Used   More than a year into the coronavirus pandemic, there remains a disregard of proven science when it comes to how people, especially large groups in public spaces, are being screened for fever, the leading symptom of COVID-19. A new study from the Centers for …

Exergen: New CDC Study Reinforces Need For Accurate Temperature Taking When Screening For COVID-19 Read More »