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Study on the Home Accurate Temperature Monitoring Technology of COVID-19

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Objective: To retrospective analysis on the temperature measurement results of 69 college students in physical examination, To explore the clinical relevance of the choice of body temperature location, measurement method, and thermometer for accurate temperature measurement in the early detection of new coronavirus infection pneumonia.

Methods: Combined with the pathogenesis, epidemiology, laboratory examination, clinical symptoms, and dynamic changes in CT manifestations of Covid-19, this paper analyzes and deduces from the study of cellular immune system theory and cytokine storm mechanism in the micro-world.

Results: It is reasonable and feasible to measure the core temperature, respiration, and pulse in the Surface projection area of pulmonary arteries. Contact temperature measurement under a big data cloud platform is more accurate, safe, and portable.

Conclusion: Precise temperature monitoring technology helps guide early clinical diagnosis, rapid isolation, and first treatment. It can evaluate as the basis for the effect of Covid-19 clinical, comprehensive treatment.