Kinsa QuickCare Smart Thermometer for Fever – Digital Medical Baby, Kid and Adult Termometro – Accurate, Fast, FDA Cleared Thermometer for Oral, Armpit or Rectal Temperature Reading
$58.97 - $24.98
(as of Aug 11,2022 18:07:18 UTC – Details)
Kinsa QuickCare Smart Digital Thermometer
LIKE A NURSE IN YOUR POCKET
We’ve re-imagined the first product you turn to when feeling sick, transforming an ordinary thermometer into a health support tool for the entire family.
Designed with you in mind, Kinsa QuickCare smart digital thermometer is for all life stages, even newborns. It gives you fast, professionally accurate and reliable temperature readings in 8 seconds or less.
Thanks to its flexible comfort tip, QuickCare can be used orally, rectally, or under the arm, and it doesn’t stop with the temperature reading. It links to your smartphone via Bluetooth and it will let you know what to do next! Do you require rest and fluids, ibuprofen, or a trip to the emergency room? The free Kinsa app will give you guidance.
FEATURES: Compatible with iPhones and Android phones Flexible comfort tip for oral, rectal or under the arm use Fast reading in 8 seconds Beeps when temperature reading is ready Large backlit display and emoticons indicate fever level Readings in °F or °C Replaceable battery (CR2032) yields more than 600 readings
SETTING UP YOUR THERMOMETER
To set up your QuickCare smart thermometer for the first time, download the free Kinsa app to your smartphone and link it to your thermometer. Setting up is a breeze – it takes less than 90 seconds!
YOU CAN USE YOUR THERMOMETER WITH OR WITHOUT THE APP.
However, to access the smart features your QuickCare thermometer offers, you will need to use the Kinsa app.
Kinsa guides you from the first sign of sickness through recovery and beyond.
By using your age, temperature and symptoms, Kinsa provides personalized guidance in your moment of need.
Kinsa helps you understand how to soothe symptoms, when to take meds, or see a doctor. Also, it allows you to track temperatures, symptoms, and medications for each family member. Easily remember when symptoms began, how high the fever got, and be reminded when it’s time for more medication. Share the illness record with another caregiver or your doctor. Access your health history across multiple devices.
Download the free Kinsa app on the App Store or Google Play.
Personalized guidance based on age, fever and symptoms Teaches you how to feel better faster Keeps track of your family’s health Symptom and diagnosis support Get medication dosages and reminders Temperature data integrates seamlessly with Apple’s Health app
Get personalized guidance so you know exactly what to do next when illness strikes. Kinsa gives you peace of mind with age-specific fever and symptom guidance in real-time so you can know when it’s important to take extra precaution or see a doctor.
Kinsa tracks fever readings, symptoms, diagnoses and medications for each family member so you can keep straight who started with what symptom when… so handy when you have several “patients” to care for! Your doctor will be impressed you know exactly when the cough or fever started. And more importantly, you’ll have one less thing to worry about.
Ellie Will Cheer You Up
Ellie the Elephant makes temperature taking fun! Try Kinsa yourself to see why we are praised for turning the worst part of caring for sick kids into the best!
Get medication dosage guidance and reminders when it’s time to take meds so you never forget, take too little or too much. This feature is especially helpful when a fever is high and your doctor recommends alternating between medications.
Important Tips for All Temperature Readings
Always wait for three flashing lines on the display before every reading. Wait at least 15 minutes to take a reading after eating, drinking, exercising or bathing. If you or your Kinsa were outside on a cold day, wait until you are used to the new temperature before taking a reading. A person’s body temperature will fluctuate depending on the time of the day. The best method to determine your own normal temperature is to record it twice a day (early morning and late afternoon) when feeling well. The average of the two is considered your normal body temperature.
Wipe armpit with a dry towel and make sure that no clothes are in the way. Place the thermometer probe in the armpit and keep your arm pressed firmly against the body. In general, a normal underarm temperature is considered 35.8°C – 37.2°C (96.5°F – 98.9°F). Also, please note that underarm readings are typically 0.6°C (1°F) lower than oral readings; this is perfectly normal. The Kinsa app automatically takes underarm readings into account when calculating the severity of the fever, but it does not artificially add that 0.6°C (1°F) to the temperature reading.
For oral readings, always place the probe tip of the thermometer in your mouth’s heat pocket – under the tongue at the back of the mouth. Keep your mouth closed while the temperature reading is being taken. The temperature in one spot of the mouth can be very different from another so always put the probe tip in the same heat pocket for every reading. A normal oral temperature is considered 36.1°C – 37.7°C (97.0°F – 99.9°F).
Consider applying a bit of petroleum jelly on the QuickCare tip to make it easier to insert. Place your baby on a firm surface, either on her stomach or back, with legs lifted up to the chest (think diaper-changing position). Insert the probe tip about ½ inch inside the rectum. Never insert the probe past the metal tip. Stop if you meet any resistance. Hold QuickCare between two fingers while keeping your hand cupped around your baby’s bottom (you might need to squeeze the cheeks together to hold it in place). Remember, rectal temperatures tend to be about 0.3°C (0.5°F) higher than oral and 0.6°C (1°F) higher than underarm readings. In general, a normal rectal temperature is considered 36.4°C – 37.9°C (97.5°F – 100.3°F). If you’d like to verify your results, be sure to wait 5 minutes first for the most accurate second reading.
Did You Know?
You are helping your community by using Kinsa!
Kinsa is on a mission to stop illness from spreading and that mission is more vital today than it has ever been before.
Kinsa took the most common health device in the world, the thermometer, and reimagined it by connecting it to the smartphone to create the earliest and most accurate illness tracking system.
To understand where illness is spreading in real-time, Kinsa aggregates anonymous temperatures and symptoms via Kinsa smart thermometers. Kinsa then give this information back to you, Kinsa users, through the Kinsa app and the Kinsa HealthWeather Map, empowering you with the knowledge you need to keep you and your loved ones informed about what’s going around.
Cleared for Safety & Accuracy
Kinsa Thermometers are FDA cleared medical devices. *All Kinsa thermometers are indicated for adults and children of all ages by the FDA, have been extensively tested, and comply with all of the FDA, ASTM and ISO requirements for safety and professional accuracy. FDA 510(K) number: K173730; 2018.
Recommended by Doctors
**Based on an independent survey of the pediatric health professionals ran by the MIT Sloan School of Management MBA students at the American Academy of Pediatrics 2015 Annual Conference. 97% of surveyed pediatric health professionals stated they would recommend Kinsa!
***What To Expect, Best of Thermometers, 2021.
As Seen On
Good Morning America, Today Show, The Rachel Maddow Show, CBS This Morning, The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, Forbes, TechCrunch
Package Dimensions : 5.7 x 3 x 1 inches; 1.59 Ounces
Batteries : 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
Date First Available : August 7, 2020
Manufacturer : Kinsa
ASIN : B08FD28BTX
Kinsa thermometer gives you personalized guidance based on age, fever and symptoms – know whether you’re better off treating this at home or going to the doctor
Fast temperature reading in 8 seconds or less
Use the QuickCare thermometer orally, rectally or under the arm
Track medication dosages and set reminders
Keep a log of your family’s health – refer to this health history later or share with a doctor