The Dr Odin thermometer is an accurate, reliable and fast thermometer to check body temperature in kids, adults and animals. This thermometer from Dr Odin can be used orally, rectally and under the arms to get a high accuracy temperature reading in either Fahrenheit or Celsius. The thermometer has an auto-off feature that shuts the thermometer down when it is not in use.
- The digital thermometer from Dr Odin automatically shows the last measurement taken when you turn it on.
- Easily switch between Celsius or Fahrenheit by making a long press on the button when turning the thermometer on.
- For temperatures between 32.0 and 42.0 degrees Celsius, the Dr Odin thermometer has an accuracy of ±0.1 degree Celsius.
- The thermometer gives an alarm when a high fever is detected during measurement.
- This reliable and precise thermometer is essential for home and workplace healthcare and can be used in a clinical setting as well.
To accurately and quickly check the body temperature of adults, kids or animals.
How to Use
- Read the provided instructions carefully before taking your temperature.
- Place the thermometer tip into your oral or rectal cavity or under your armpit and wait for the thermometer to give off a beep.
- Note down the temperature reading provided.
- For accurate results, always sanitize the thermometer before and after use.
- For younger children, do not take measurements orally.
- Store in a cool dry place, keep it away from moisture and direct heat.
- Take multiple readings if you are unsure about the result you get the first time.
- When extremely high-temperature readings are detected, contact your doctor immediately.
Q1: Does it give measurements in Celsius or Fahrenheit?
Ans: The digital thermometer from Dr Odin can show the temperature in both Celsius and Fahrenheit.
Q2: How long should I keep the thermometer under my armpit?
Ans: Typically, you should place the Dr Odin thermometer under your armpit (or other suggested locations) for up to 40 seconds or until the thermometer makes a beep.
Q3: What is normal body temperature?
Ans: Normal body temperature changes depending on your level of activity (rest, exercise, sleep, etc). The exact figure varies between males and females, as well as between adults and children, however the range between 97°F to 99°F depending on the time of day.
Q4: What temperature is a fever?
Ans: The technical definition of a fever is when you have a body temperature of 100.4°F, however, you can still be sick if you do not have a fever.
Q5: What to do if I have a high fever?
Ans: If you detect a high fever with the Dr Odin thermometer (high fever is defined as 103°F result in adults), call your doctor immediately.