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Hs 1 Temperature

Temperature The balance between heat loss and heat produced by the body
Oral Temperature take by mouth
Rectal Temperature taken in the rectum
Axillary Temperature taken in the armpit
Aural Temperature taken in the ear with infrared energy
Temporal Temperature taken by scanning the forehead
Normal Range of Temperature Oral 97.6-99.6
Normal Range of Temperature Rectal 98.6-100.6
Normal Range of Temperature Axillary 96.6-98.6
Hypothermia A low body temp below 95
Fever A high body temp above 101
Pyrexia another word for fever
hyperthermia An elevated body temp above 104
Tympanic Thermometer in the ear
Created by: Catie022