Beeps & Flashes when Temperature is above 99.5° F
- Orthodontic pacifier
- Accurate reading in 90 seconds
- Protective cover
The American Red Cross and The First Years have joined together to offer a collection of infant and toddler wellness and safety products that you can trust. The First Years will pay 2-3% of the purchase price of these products to the American Red Cross to support its lifesaving work in communities across America.
As fast as 90 seconds*
Soft, silicone nipple
for travel and storage
Easy to read digital display with automatic shut-off.
displays last temperature
Fever alert beeps and flashes at 99.5°F or above.
New Parent Resources:
- Infant and Child CPR Training teaches parents, expectant parents, nannies, babysitters, and family members to prevent, recognize and provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies in infants and children age 12 and under. Includes hands-on practice.
- The Safe Baby Presentation is a one-hour, abbreviated version of the Infant CPR course. Can be offered in a home, hospital, school, or church - anyplace new or expectant parents might gather.
Visit redcross.org or contact your local American Red Cross chapter for more information about Safe Baby Presentations, first aid and CPR courses, and products to keep your family safe.
*Speed and temperature will vary depending on how long the pacifier thermometer remains in the baby's mouth and where it's placed in the mouth.
Conforms to Pacifier Safety Requirements 16CFR Part 1511. Manufactured to conform to the requirements of ASTM Standard E1112.
- Remember: Fever itself is not an illness. It is a sign of the body's effort to fight an infection - a healthy response of the immune system. The majority of fevers will not need antibiotics or other treatment.
- In children. a high fever can occur suddenly, and even a low fever can sometimes be dangerous. It's a good idea to take a reading when you child is well so you know what your child's regular temperature is. Ask you health care provider what thermometer reading you should consider "high" for this particular child, and what steps are to be taken.
- Observe your child carefully. The way she acts is often more important than her actual temperature. Watch for listlessness, irritability, and lack of appetite.
- When talking to your child's doctor, be sure to mention:
- how temperature was taken (PACIFIER);
- what thermometer reading actually was;
- any additional symptoms.
Let your child explore the Pacifier Thermometer before turning it on to take the temperature. This will help reduce curiosity and maximize the length of time your baby keeps it in the mouth.