The world’s smallest smart thermometer offers a cloud-based continuous remote system for temperature monitoring and allows users to receive alerts when abnormal body temperature is detected. It allows caregivers and medical professions to reduce direct contact with patients and caring hours. The system can help caregivers monitor real-time temperatures of hundreds of patients at nursing stations.
Cheng Hsin General Hospital, a government-designated coronavirus hospital, deployed this System in its negative pressure isolation rooms. It reveals the cloud monitor system can save medical staffs’ time, reduce record errors, decrease consumption of protective clothing, and their risk of infection. It helps reduce COVID-19 spread in hospital.