This bundle includes three talking medical products.
Medical Grade Non-contact Talking Thermometer
If you’re in search of a non-contact thermometer that provides high-quality voice prompts, accurate readings, and ease of use, you just found it. These are sold to hospitals and Durable Medical Equipment providers.
This thermometer looks a lot like a water gun and includes four buttons, as well as a trigger used to take your temperature. Just point the thermometer at your forehead, hold it an inch or two away, then pull the trigger. within one second you receive your measurement in a clear American female voice.
Other accessible features include the ability to take your temperature in either Celsius or Fahrenheit, a mode to take the air temperature, and a ten-second auto-shutoff, so there’s no need to worry about powering off the unit. Requires two double A batteries, not included. Also includes a ten-minute downloadable walk-through and demonstration by Lisa Salinger.
There is a memory feature which is inaccessible without sighted assistance. Additionally, you can change the thermometer to Spanish for readings, but we recommend sighted assistance to set this up, as without being able to see the screen when changing the language, it’s not totally reliable to switch languages independently.
Talking Oximeter for Accurate Blood Oxygen and Pulse Measurements
Place this small oximeter on your finger, push the button to power on the unit (which takes about ten seconds), then receive accurate blood oxygen and pulse measurements in about thirty additional seconds. The single button makes this device easy to use, and the clear female American voice provides accurate measurements.
Your package includes the oximeter, two triple A batteries, and a lanyard. a downloadable ten-minute audio walk-through and demo by Barry Scheur is also provided with the product.
Medical Grade Talking Blood Pressure Monitor with Adjustable Cuff
This blood pressure monitor is sold to hospitals and Durable Medical Equipment providers. It features clear American female voice prompts, a cuff that adjusts to fit small to very large arms, and the ability to power the device using a micro USB cable. You can also use four double A batteries (not included) to power the device instead. The display is also quite large for easier viewing by low vision users.
Press one button to begin taking your measurement. The monitor also includes a memory button to read back recent measurements. Note that changing the batteries or unplugging the device from power clears its memory.
In addition, there is a Set button for changing the language, date and time, or user profile, but this isn’t accessible to totally blind users without sighted assistance.
An eleven-minute audio walk-through and demo by Lisa Salinger is included for download with the product.
We think you’ll be incredibly pleased with these devices. Thanks for your interest!