Real-Time Temperature Measurements


iThermonitor transmits data via bluetooth and is compatible with any patient monitor on the market.

Continuous Data

Harness the full potential of continuous data with high temperature alarms, trend lines, and direct integration with EMRs.

Non-Invasive Core Temperature

Extreme workflow benefits without compromising accuracy.

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You no longer have to stock multiple modalities for monitoring temperature.

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Operating Room

iThermonitor can be used throughout the perioperative journey for accurate core temperature. Establish individual patient baselines pre-operatively, get a live temperature reading every 4 seconds intraoperatively, and continue to monitor each patient in the PACU once surgery is done.

Critical Care

Improve workflow for nurses by eliminating spot-checks in the ICU and eliminate patient temperature data gaps.

OutPatient Settings

75% of adverse events happen outside the ICU in unmonitored beds. Remote monitoring with iThermonitor provides continuous temperature data in a traditionally unmonitored setting.

How it Works

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Axillary Positioning

The iThermonitor™ is worn in the axilla and uses ambient compensation technology to reflect accurate core temperature. Data is transmitted via bluetooth every four seconds.

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Real Time Temperature

Our wireless adaptors can be retrofitted to any patient monitor without disrupting current workflows or requiring significant infrastructural changes.

Pre-Op –> Discharge

With accuracy comparable to invasive probes, iThermonitor™ can be used throughout the perioperative journey to eliminate spot-checks, complicated probe positioning, and temperature data gaps. Even better, it can then travel home with the patient to prevent infections post-discharge and capture temperature data in a traditionally unmonitored setting.