For the measurement of body temperature we use non-invasive sensors connected to the system board. The body temperature is acquired by placing the sensor directly on the cutaneous surface of the skin or at a distance of max. 3cm.
We incorporate this measurement into the device due to the fact that an increase in temperature in the patient must be attended to immediately, since it may present a picture of infection or some type of disease considered high risk.
Infrared thermometers and cameras work with the radiation emitted by the object to be measured without the need for direct contact. Non-contact temperature measurement is based on the radiation laws of Planck and Boltzmann.