Fever Smart’s first consumer application focus has been empowering parents and providing them with peace of mind when it comes to their children’s health. We know that the last thing a mom or dad wants to do to their children is wake them up at night once they’ve fallen asleep. Now parents can receive alerts on their smart phone when their child’s temperature begins to rise so that they can take treat them immediately. Fever Smart takes the guesswork out of determining whether your child is actually getting sick. Now you can confidently monitor your kids’ health.
Women who are looking to increase their chances of becoming pregnant oftentimes monitor their basal body temperature to help track ovulation. In order to optimize opportunity of conception, pinpointing ovulation can be key. Because Fever Smart allows you to track trends over time, it can help women determine the best times of the month to conceive. Fever Smart can also provide OB/GYNs with important information that can help them provide women who are trying to conceive with personalized healthcare solutions.
Hospitals can save valuable time and money by implementing Fever Smart’s technology. No longer will nurses have to walk around to each patient’s room to regularly take temperature readings with conventional thermometers; now one individual can monitor dozens of patients at a time using a single smart device. Fever Smart can thus cut labor costs and resource allocation significantly. In addition, Fever Smart is perfect for post-operative care, when patients must monitor for sudden changes in temperature. Patients can take a Fever Smart home and simultaneously track their temperature with a healthcare provider to help prevent dangerous post-op complications.
According to the World Health Organization, there have been over 10,000 cases of Ebola infection. Mandatory quarantines are now being enacted for individuals who are at risk for infection due to travel. Fever Smart can be used as a means of early detection both for individuals at risk of contracting Ebola in developing countries as well as for Western volunteers who have spent time in Africa. Fever Smart is looking to work with government officials and aid organizations to distribute product in developing countries where risk for Ebola is high, as well as in the United States to help monitor for signs of infection in high-risk individuals.