Own the Zone:
Bring visibility to a critical vital sign with continuous core temperature monitoring


  • While perioperative active warming is important, it is equally important to monitor core body temperature. Proactively monitoring temperature with a consistent, accurate and non-invasive system is the only true way to own the normothermic temperature zone (36.0°C - 37.5°C)* by allowing clinicians to optimize their warming efforts.

    In the white paper, Own the Zone: Bring visibility to a critical vital sign with continuous core temperature monitoring, you’ll learn:

    • Why core temperature monitoring is a key element in normothermia maintenance and vital to positive patient outcomes
    • What temperature modalities are currently in use, along with strengths and weaknesses of these methods
    • How zero heat flux thermometry is unique, and the benefits it can offer over current practice

    Complete the request form to download this whitepaper today!


    * Schroeck H, Lyden AK, Benedict WL, Ramachandran SK. Time Trends and Predictors of Abnormal Postoperative Body Temperature in Infants Transported to the Intensive Care Unit. Anesthesiology Research and Practice. 2016:7318137.

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