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How to use a digital thermometer: There are two main ways that you can take a temperature using a digital thermometer.
By mouth Older children and adults can usually have their temperature taken by mouth. Be aware that a young child may not be able to hold a thermometer in his mouth for a long time until they are around 5 or 6 years old. Place the thermometer under the side of the tongue. Ensure that your lips are firmly close around the thermometer, but do not bite it. Once the thermometer indicates that it has taken its reading, remove the thermometer and read it. Top tips It can be helpful to ask a child to hum to ensure they keep their mouth closed whilst the thermometer takes their temperature Remember that cold and hot drinks or chewing gum can change oral temperature, so avoid all of these factors before having your temperature taken to ensure an accurate reading
By underarm It is recommended to use a thermometer in the armpit with children under the age of 5. Hold them comfortably on your knee and put the thermometer in their armpit. Gently, but firmly, hold their arm against their body to ensure the thermometer stays in place. The display on the thermometer will then give a reading of the temperature.
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