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ThermoSpot Stick-On Reusable Newborn Thermoindicators (25 per tin)

The ThermoSpot is a non-invasive hypothermia indicator for infants. Available in sets of 25. Reusable and extremely cost-effective these little devices turn color when an infant is too warm or too cold allowing temperature assessment by non-literate and non-numerate family members and health workers.

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The ThermoSpot is a non-invasive infant hypothermia indicator. The ultra simple, low-cost device adheres to the skin of and indicates infant hypothermia or a fever by a change of color.  ( MOQ is 60 tins for $852. Per tin price is $ 14.2 US)

The ThermoSpot is a single 12 mm flexible plastic disc that sticks directly onto the skin and can remain on for as long as 7-10 days. The infant hypothermia indicator is for use in a facility by a clinician, by a community health worker or by a parent. The device changes color when the baby's core body temperature changes, allowing it to be understood even by a non-literate parent. When it is black the child has severe hypothermia, when bright green the core temperature is normal and when blue the temperature is above normal. Note that the device has been tested in Malawi, Kenya, Nepal, and India.

Thermospot infant hypothermia indicator is simple and comes in a strip of 5. Five strips of 5 are in each pack (25 small discs in each tin for $14.20 per tin. Each thermometer is actually re-usable once it is washed with soapy water making it extremely cost-effective. 

This slide-out tin package keeps the thermometer protected from sunlight and comes with very detailed instructions.

The Problem

Infant Hypothermia. 
"In under-resourced settings in low- and middle-income countries, infant hypothermia is one of the most important risk factors for morbidity and mortality in newborn infants of all birth weights and gestational ages."

"Prevention and management of infant hypothermia is one of the key interventions for reducing neonatal mortality and morbidity. According to UNICEF, such interventions can help reduce neonatal mortality or morbidity by 18%–42%"

To Order
If you are interested in larger volumes the price declines sharply. Please contact us at orders@maternova.net for custom orders.

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