Overview of Elevated Skin Temperature Screening

Elevated skin temperature screening utilizes thermal imaging to measure the surface temperature of a person’s inner eye corner to detect possible signs of a fever. While infrared cameras cannot confirm the presence of a fever, they are used as a tool help prevent the spread of communicable conditions by checking for elevated skin temperatures. This webinar will cover some of the basic questions one may have if considering this specialized application of thermal imaging and address the best practices for obtaining optimal results.


Disclaimer for Products Sold Under FDA Enforcement Guidance

  1. Product is not FDA cleared or approved.  Product is for triage body temperature measurements only during the duration of the COVID-19 public health emergency
  2. Thermal measurements should not be solely or primarily relied upon to diagnose or exclude a diagnosis of COVID-19, or any other disease.
  3. Elevated body temperature should be confirmed with secondary evaluation methods.
  4. May only measure one temperature at a time.
  5. Visible thermal patterns are only intended for locating points from which to extract thermal measurement.