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Fever Detection

How Early Fever Detection Plays a Role in COVID-19 Care

When your immune system detects a foreign virus or bacteria in the body, it sends signals through the body to let the whole body know this problem and to prepare for battle. Part of that battle or the way in which the body fights a given disease is by heating the body's internal temperature up so as to create a more inhospitable environment. That heating up is what we call a fever. But while a fever is one symptom the body shows that it is starting to fight a disease, wouldn't it be nice if you could have an early fever detector that will alert you that a fever is oncoming? Enter the Cold Fire System.

The Cold Fire System was designed to be an early fever detector or fever detection system. It works to do this by constantly monitoring the body's temperature and then displaying that temperature across its integrated display band. The body's normal temperature tends to be between 98 degrees Fahrenheit and 100 degrees Fahrenheit (although some individuals will have a lower or slightly higher normal internal temperature, the best way to know your normal temperature is to monitor it over the course of a month when in good health). When the Cold Fire System detects your body warming up, it will display that heightened temperature on the display system. This allows the wearer to prepare for a possible fever.

Using the Cold Fire System as an early fever detection system connects with COVID-19 because fever has been one of the most common early symptoms of this virus. If you know you are at risk of developing a fever, you can more quickly act to secure yourself the necessary medication, get a COVID-19 test, and put yourself in the necessary quarantine situation to prevent the virus from spreading. Acting fast can both expedite your own recovery and prevent the spread of the virus to others.

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