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During perioperative period, in order to better know the patient's disease development and health status, medical staff needs to use medical temperature probe to monitor the patient's temperature in real time to prevent the occurrence of hypothermia in perioperative period. (Click to learn more about hypothermia)

Know more: http://www.exsense-medical.com/news/186.html

However, do medical temperature probes need to be used only during surgery?

Multiple data suggest that postoperative fever also needs attention. So what are the causes of postoperative fever?



After surgery in patients with fever, the single biggest reason, however, when the operation is likely to be part of the body tissue damage, make protein decomposition of the body to absorb these proteins, generally leading to higher temperature of the small, but generally not more than 38.5 ℃.

The entire absorption process is determined by the injured tissue, and if the damage is large, the fever can take a little longer, and usually the patient's body temperature returns to normal after a few days.

This postoperative fever pattern is called absorption of heat.



In addition to the most common absorption heat, there is a postoperative fever because of the body's stress response.

In order to make the wound recover quickly after trauma surgery, part of the drug effects of external and internal use and human body will also cause postoperative fever.

The main reason is that, under the action of drugs, the metabolism of human body will speed up, so will the clearing of necrotic cells, and the corresponding body temperature will also increase to maintain this rapid metabolic efficiency.

At the same time, the body needs to produce more blood cells and white blood cells to fight off the bacteria as a result of trauma surgery, and this inflammatory stress response is also one of the reasons for postoperative body temperature rise.



If the patient's body temperature is elevated after trauma surgery, regardless of the above two causes, it is necessary to consider whether this type of unexplained postoperative fever is associated with preoperative anemia.

The temperature of the patient should not only be monitored during the operation, postoperative fever is related to the recovery of the wound and overall health, but also needs to be monitored in real time with the medical temperature probe to better respond to postoperative fever.

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During perioperative period, in order to better know the patient's disease development and health status, medical staff needs to use medical temperature probe to monitor the patient's temperature in real time to prevent the occurrence of hypothermia in perioperative period. (Click to learn more about hypothermia)

Know more: http://www.exsense-medical.com/news/186.html

However, do medical temperature probes need to be used only during surgery?

Multiple data suggest that postoperative fever also needs attention. So what are the causes of postoperative fever?



After surgery in patients with fever, the single biggest reason, however, when the operation is likely to be part of the body tissue damage, make protein decomposition of the body to absorb these proteins, generally leading to higher temperature of the small, but generally not more than 38.5 ℃.

The entire absorption process is determined by the injured tissue, and if the damage is large, the fever can take a little longer, and usually the patient's body temperature returns to normal after a few days.

This postoperative fever pattern is called absorption of heat.



In addition to the most common absorption heat, there is a postoperative fever because of the body's stress response.

In order to make the wound recover quickly after trauma surgery, part of the drug effects of external and internal use and human body will also cause postoperative fever.

The main reason is that, under the action of drugs, the metabolism of human body will speed up, so will the clearing of necrotic cells, and the corresponding body temperature will also increase to maintain this rapid metabolic efficiency.

At the same time, the body needs to produce more blood cells and white blood cells to fight off the bacteria as a result of trauma surgery, and this inflammatory stress response is also one of the reasons for postoperative body temperature rise.



If the patient's body temperature is elevated after trauma surgery, regardless of the above two causes, it is necessary to consider whether this type of unexplained postoperative fever is associated with preoperative anemia.

The temperature of the patient should not only be monitored during the operation, postoperative fever is related to the recovery of the wound and overall health, but also needs to be monitored in real time with the medical temperature probe to better respond to postoperative fever.

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During perioperative period, in order to better know the patient's disease development and health status, medical staff needs to use medical temperature probe to monitor the patient's temperature in real time to prevent the occurrence of hypothermia in perioperative period. (Click to learn more about hypothermia)

Know more: http://www.exsense-medical.com/news/186.html

However, do medical temperature probes need to be used only during surgery?

Multiple data suggest that postoperative fever also needs attention. So what are the causes of postoperative fever?



After surgery in patients with fever, the single biggest reason, however, when the operation is likely to be part of the body tissue damage, make protein decomposition of the body to absorb these proteins, generally leading to higher temperature of the small, but generally not more than 38.5 ℃.

The entire absorption process is determined by the injured tissue, and if the damage is large, the fever can take a little longer, and usually the patient's body temperature returns to normal after a few days.

This postoperative fever pattern is called absorption of heat.



In addition to the most common absorption heat, there is a postoperative fever because of the body's stress response.

In order to make the wound recover quickly after trauma surgery, part of the drug effects of external and internal use and human body will also cause postoperative fever.

The main reason is that, under the action of drugs, the metabolism of human body will speed up, so will the clearing of necrotic cells, and the corresponding body temperature will also increase to maintain this rapid metabolic efficiency.

At the same time, the body needs to produce more blood cells and white blood cells to fight off the bacteria as a result of trauma surgery, and this inflammatory stress response is also one of the reasons for postoperative body temperature rise.



If the patient's body temperature is elevated after trauma surgery, regardless of the above two causes, it is necessary to consider whether this type of unexplained postoperative fever is associated with preoperative anemia.

The temperature of the patient should not only be monitored during the operation, postoperative fever is related to the recovery of the wound and overall health, but also needs to be monitored in real time with the medical temperature probe to better respond to postoperative fever.

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During perioperative period, in order to better know the patient's disease development and health status, medical staff needs to use medical temperature probe to monitor the patient's temperature in real time to prevent the occurrence of hypothermia in perioperative period. (Click to learn more about hypothermia)

Know more: http://www.exsense-medical.com/news/186.html

However, do medical temperature probes need to be used only during surgery?

Multiple data suggest that postoperative fever also needs attention. So what are the causes of postoperative fever?



After surgery in patients with fever, the single biggest reason, however, when the operation is likely to be part of the body tissue damage, make protein decomposition of the body to absorb these proteins, generally leading to higher temperature of the small, but generally not more than 38.5 ℃.

The entire absorption process is determined by the injured tissue, and if the damage is large, the fever can take a little longer, and usually the patient's body temperature returns to normal after a few days.

This postoperative fever pattern is called absorption of heat.



In addition to the most common absorption heat, there is a postoperative fever because of the body's stress response.

In order to make the wound recover quickly after trauma surgery, part of the drug effects of external and internal use and human body will also cause postoperative fever.

The main reason is that, under the action of drugs, the metabolism of human body will speed up, so will the clearing of necrotic cells, and the corresponding body temperature will also increase to maintain this rapid metabolic efficiency.

At the same time, the body needs to produce more blood cells and white blood cells to fight off the bacteria as a result of trauma surgery, and this inflammatory stress response is also one of the reasons for postoperative body temperature rise.



If the patient's body temperature is elevated after trauma surgery, regardless of the above two causes, it is necessary to consider whether this type of unexplained postoperative fever is associated with preoperative anemia.

The temperature of the patient should not only be monitored during the operation, postoperative fever is related to the recovery of the wound and overall health, but also needs to be monitored in real time with the medical temperature probe to better respond to postoperative fever.
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The Relationship between Humoral Regulation and Nerve Regulation in Body Temperature Regulation under High Temperature Environment

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Why do people sweat so much in the heat of the summer when they are outdoors?

This is because, when the outside temperature more than 35 ℃, the body is the most direct way of thermoregulation is not only the heat dissipation through discharge sweat, this time "sweat" becomes a physiological thermoregulation process.

A more detailed explanation of the process goes like this:

When the external temperature is higher than the optimal temperature of the human body, the sensory organs on the human skin transmit the received signals to the hypothalamus (peripheral and central receptors) along with changes in blood temperature.

At this point, our bodies respond in two direct ways.
The second is to increase heat dissipation.

Among them, the most basic way to increase heat dissipation is to increase the diastolic degree of skin blood vessels; the sweat glands secrete sweat and pat sweat to take away heat.

Therefore, it can be said that when the human body is facing the high temperature during perspiration, the external high temperature ACTS on the function of human receptor, and thus ACTS on the release sweat secretion activity in the hypothalamus, which belongs to the nerve regulation mode of human body temperature regulation.

Diastolic blood vessels at high temperature are actually bradykinin in blood and vasomotor in the regulation of human blood flow. By accelerating blood flow rate, vasodilatation can accelerate the release of heat, which belongs to the humoral regulation of body temperature regulation.

Humoral regulation and neuromodulation are mutually dependent and interact with each other, enabling human beings to move at high temperatures.

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In daily life, when an adult has a cold or a fever, he or she can clearly express what is wrong with him or herself.

However, due to the reason of children's age and expression ability, they are often unable to accurately indicate their feelings. Therefore, when a child goes to a doctor for a fever, the medical staff should be more careful in assessing his/her condition.

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First of all, health care workers should fully understand the causes and causes of fever of children. Through communication with parents, they should try to record the symptoms of fever, severity and accompanying symptoms clearly.

The fever can then be divided into three phases, depending on the child's symptoms:

Body temperature rises period: the child is behaved commonly for be afraid of cold or chill, very be afraid of cold, exterior expression is skin is pallid commonly, all over weak, muscle aches.

High fever period: due to high body temperature, the child is generally flushed with skin, breathing and pulse are accelerated, water consumption in the body increases, and urine volume decreases.

Fever-reducing period: the body temperature is controlled and lowered with the great discharge of sweat.

The obvious outward symptoms of fever, in addition to the above mentioned medical staff should also pay attention to children's mental aspects possible influencing factors, when children can't express myself clearly where is uncomfortable, and parents also cannot clear describe the child have a fever, should be timely made anodyne, try to ease the anxiety of parents and children.

The above assessment of temperature management in children should be complemented by the following health guidance.

Medical staff can selectively publicize the health knowledge of patients' family members, target the cause of children's fever and popularize the knowledge of related diseases, and advocate family members to supervise children's daily exercise and strengthen immunity.

Develop a good work and rest, pay attention to diet and basic nursing at ordinary times, the most important is, must not abuse antibiotics and antipyretic and antipyretic drugs without the doctor's diagnosis and permission, avoid damage to children's incomplete internal organs.
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In previous articles, we have mentioned that there are several ways to deal with children's fever. The occasional low fever will not have adverse effects on children's health, but will moderately increase children's immunity.

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But for high fever, parents need to keep an eye on the children and seek medical treatment as soon as possible.

The following are some necessary care measures for children with high fever.

First, parents need to place the children in a quiet and comfortable environment, and open the windows for ventilation according to actual needs.

In view of the high fever children are very easy to develop glossitis, gingivitis, and so on, parents should pay attention to their oral hygiene, do a good job of cleaning, to prevent infection in the mouth and mucosa ulceration.

Children who have a high fever will sweat a lot during the cooling process, and parents should change their children's dry and comfortable clothes and quilts in a timely manner.
And carefully observe whether the child appears to collapse due to excessive sweating.

Poor appetite due to high fever should also be noticed by parents, trying to provide children with light food that is easy to digest, high in calories, high in vitamins and low in fat.

Children are encouraged to drink more water and eat more fresh fruits and vegetables to replenish lost water and vitamins.

Children admitted to the hospital to have a fever, you may need to closely observe its body temperature, respiration, pulse and the change of blood pressure, body temperature more than 39 ℃, should take physical cooling.

It is also necessary to closely observe the children's fever pattern, fever characteristics and accompanying symptoms.

In addition, it is also necessary to observe whether the child has diarrhea, rash, bleeding or increased intracranial pressure, convulsions and other symptoms to assist in the diagnosis.

After the child has taken a variety of drugs, should pay attention to observe the effect of medication and adverse reactions.
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We've written before that people with a higher body temperature may be healthier (in this case, keeping a high body temperature within the normal range but below the level of fever).

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Now that we know the possible benefits of higher temperatures for the body, what are the disadvantages of lower temperatures for the body?

As follows:
Lower body temperature can lead to mild illness

We all know that the hypothalamus is responsible for the regulation of human body temperature, as well as the body's central control of the autonomic nerve and hormone.

As a result, hypothermia can affect the body's autonomic nervous function and hormonal balance, and can cause shoulder muscle stiffness, headaches, dizziness, cold hands and feet and other symptoms.

In addition, low body temperature is also associated with dysmenorrhea and premenstrual syndrome.


Lower body temperature can lower internal function

When the body's temperature drops, all sorts of enzymes (digestive enzymes) that help the gut move lower. 1 ℃ drop in body temperature, enzyme in the body's energy will be reduced by 50%, so easy to feel tired, or a variety of symptoms, such as constipation, flatulence, reduced the volume of urine, etc.


Lower body temperature also means lower immunity and a drop in basal metabolic rate

Whenever the hypothermia 1 ℃, white blood cells provided immunity will be reduced by 37%.

But bacteria and viruses that enter the body are countered by white blood cells, so people with lower body temperatures are more likely to catch colds during the seasonal exchange.

Similarly, when hypothermia 1 ℃, the body's basal metabolic rate will be reduced by 12%.


Hypothermia can make your blood circulation worse

In people with a lower body temperature, blood vessels in the extremities of the hands and feet tighten, blood flow becomes harder, the heart's ability to pump blood weakens, and blood circulation throughout the body slows.

In addition, the function of the autonomic nerve may be reduced, resulting in the vascular contraction ability is affected, and blood circulation is impeded.

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Application of Foley Catheter Temperature Probe in temperature monitoring of Clinical Critical Patients

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In clinical practice, the patient's heart rate, temperature, respiration and blood pressure can be transmitted to the monitor module for signal transformation, so as to make continuous, dynamic and accurate monitoring.

In the field of temperature monitoring, Foley catheter temperature probe are gradually applied in clinical practice to determine core temperature changes by monitoring the bladder temperature of patients.


The results indicate that the Foley catheter temperature probe has high accuracy.

Synchronous temperature monitoring of ICU patients was carried out by mercury thermometer and Foley catheter temperature probe, and the correlation and difference between bladder temperature and axillary temperature were discussed, providing scientific basis for clinical application of Foley catheter temperature probe.


At first, the appropriate size of the Foley catheter temperature probe should be selected according to the patient's situation. The procedure of placing the catheter should strictly follow the principle of clinical sterile operation.

After placing the catheter, connect the temperature measuring wire to the corresponding module of the monitor through the connection line, and then the temperature can be continuously monitored.


Results show that the Foley catheter temperature probe compared with mercury thermometer measured body temperature value overall, bladder temperature higher than the axillary temperature is 0.55 0.58 ℃, the differences of no statistical significance. This indicated that the bladder temperature and the axillary temperature were consistent in reflecting the overall state of the patient's body temperature, and also consistent with the idea that the body core temperature was higher than the body surface temperature.

In addition, through careful data comparison, it can be found that when the temperature changes dynamically, the bladder temperature changes more rapidly and sensitively, which can more quickly reflect the change of the patient's temperature.


The continuous and dynamic temperature monitoring provided by the Foley catheter temperature probe is not only conducive to the timely detection of changes in the condition of ICU patients, but also provides an extremely important reference for the diagnosis, treatment and nursing in the later stage.
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Using medical temperature probe to monitoring newborn baby’s temperature is a very important part of the neonatal care program, especially for premature infants, reliable temperature monitoring is very important.

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By monitoring the temperature in the incubator of premature infants, medical staff can detect the abnormal hypothermia or hypothermia of premature infants early, so as to avoid possible damage to premature infants caused by neglect of temperature management.


However, we know that there are many factors may be can interfere with temperature measurement in premature infants, and these factors will directly or indirectly affect the accuracy of temperature measurement.


After a series of data collection and comparison, we obtained the following report details:

Clinical on anus temperature is the closest body core body temperature; other commonly used temperature part still has axillary already neck.

1. Although rectal temperature is considered to be the most accurate, repeated measurement of rectal temperature may damage the anus and rectal mucosa. In the case of improper operation by medical personnel, the most serious may even cause intestinal perforation in premature infants, especially for the children with diarrhea; it is not suitable for rectal temperature measurement.

2. Although the temperature in the neck or armpit is easy to be measured, the temperature is lower than the core temperature because the adipose tissue of premature infants is generally less, which is not conducive to the measurement of temperature.

3. It has been mentioned in some studies that the skin temperature of scapular is applicable to replace the anal temperature, but the scapular part is mostly bone tissue, which is easy to cause discomfort in newborns, so it should not be used.


To avoid the disadvantages of temperature measurement above, we suggest that medical staff choose a more convenient, reliable, feasible and safe temperature measurement method.

According to some medical common sense knowledge we can know that brown adipose tissue is a major source of heat in newborns, its distribution in the newborn's shoulder blades, neck, armpits, chest and abdomen, large blood vessels and adrenal peripheral nerve endings and rich blood supply, and its general and connected to the blood vessels of the vital organs, easy to transfer heat to the human body each organs and tissues.


The results show that the waist skin temperature of premature infants is very close to the anus temperature, and the skin temperature probe can be easily placed in the soft tissue of the waist of premature infants, which is safe, reliable and feasible.

To sum up, it is feasible to monitor the waist skin temperature of premature infants with medical temperature probe.
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