Traditional glass thermometer in sturdy plastic protective case.
Reliable and easy to use
Triangular safety grip
Directions for use:
Hold clean thermometer with mercury bulb down. Shake
downward and snap wrist. Repeat until mercury registers
96°F (35°C) or below.
Lubricate bulb end with a water-soluble jelly. Gently insert
the thermometer no more than 1/2" (12mm) into the rectum
and keep inserted for 3-4 minutes.
To read, look for the mercury level directly between the scale
and the numbers. Rotate thermometer slightly or hold it up
to the light until the mercury level on the scale can be seen.
Clean before and after each use in cold, soapy water. Disinfect
with rubbing alcohol or antiseptic solution and then rinse
thoroughly in cold water. Do not wash in warm or hot water
or expose to direct sunlight or heat.
Do not wash in warm or hot water or expose to direct
sunlight or heat. This affects the thermometer's accuracy and
may cause the bulb to break. The small quantity of elemental
mercury contained in a thermometer is by itself not a health
threat. If the thermometer breaks during use, contact doctor
immediately. If the thermometer breaks when not in use,
dispose of it in accordance with state hazardous waste
disposal regulations or laws. Do not use an oral thermometer
to take a rectal temperature.
Certificate of Accuracy:
This clinical thermometer is certified to be accurate through-out its entire range and meets all the requirements of ASTM E667, the standard published by the American Society for Testing Materials.
|Made in USA|
|US MARKET||EXPORT||Bar Codes:|
|Case Pack:||24 units||1,200 units|
|Inner Packs:||2 x 6 units||100 units|
|Case Weight:||1.7 lbs||54 lbs|
|Case Size:||4 1/2L x 7 1/4W|
x 2 3/4 inches
|25L x 25W|
x 31H inches
|Product Codes:||13121 (Fahrenheit)|
|UPC Codes:||16912-13121 (F)|
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