Wireless temperature monitoring at a Wuxi hospital reduces costs of labor and consumables and chances of spread of infection

中国数学医学 (China Digital Medicine), article in Chinese (extract; original and translated), October 2011: Last paragraph of article (translated): The use of RFID-based temperature sensors to measure temperature represents a change from the manual methods used in the past. Such sensors can be conveniently used for continuous monitoring of critically-ill patients, patients with infectious diseases, and patients…

Tan Tock Seng Hospital publishes findings on a wireless temperature monitoring device

Annals of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore; abstract (extract); October 2006:   In the era of epidemics, temperature monitoring is crucial in determining the rate of infection and evaluating treatment plan. This revolutionary new wireless temperature monitoring device, which is able to detect skin temperature continuously, will minimise contact with patients, and enable the analysis of trends in body temperature to aid…