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DermatempTR

Discussion in 'Diabetic Foot & Wound Management' started by Cameron, Feb 27, 2006.

  1. Cameron

    Cameron Well-Known Member


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    Does anyone have experience with DermatempTR <http://www.exergen.com/medical/product/DermaTemp.htm > in routine diabetic foot assessment?

    If so, would you recommend it as a reliable and valid skin thermometer

    Thank you in anticiaption

    Cameron
     
  2. Erp

    Erp Member

    Cameron,
    We have been using the Dermatemp since 1999 and have found it a very useful tool for monitoring Charcot foot and infections.
    It helps to have an objective measure to determine whether we should keep using a TCC or not.
    ERP.
     
  3. Cameron

    Cameron Well-Known Member

    Many thanks for your reply. Do you use it on scan?

    Cameron
     

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