Would you like to quickly and easily check if your child is running a fever? A digital fever thermometer will make your life in the sickroom easier than you think. Our choice for best in test is the Braun Thermoscan 7 IRT 6520, which is ideal for using on children. It has a clear and easily accessible display that makes it easy to see your child’s temperature. If you find it difficult to use an ear thermometer, the Braun NTF 3000 is a very good alternative. This thermometer measures the temperature on the forehead, with reliable and accurate results.
We have tested blood pressure monitors and name the Omron M6 Comfort IT as our Best Choice. It's a reasonably priced blood pressure monitor with a high-quality cuff and a low and subtle sound level during measurement. The clear advantages that the M6 Comfort IT has when it comes to user friendliness, quality and functionality make it our clear favourite as the top blood pressure monitor in our test. The best blood pressure machine for your wrist is the Beurer BC 32. This blood pressure monitor is quiet and has a clear display, all while having a cuff that is both easy to put on and position.
Stomach bugs, the flu and Covid-19 - many are the illnesses lurking about this spring. It's quite difficult to fully protect oneself, however, if there's one thing you can count on, it's to keep your hands clean, which helps prevent infections!
The spread of the flu and other illnesses all over the world has increased the global use of medicinal products very significantly. At hospitals and healthcare facilities, people usually know how to dispose of old or expired medications and medical items that have been used. But how does this apply to private individuals?
Sure, one can go a long way with placing a hand on someone's warm forehead to gauge if they have a fever, but a good thermometer is a must for any medicine cabinet - especially during flu and sick seasons. How does one know which thermometer is the best?
Red, irritated eyes, runny nose and a sore throat. Soon Spring will be here, which means pollen allergies and the like are bound to show up with the warm sun. Spring should be spent enjoying the sun and taking time to smell the flowers, not sneezing unrelentingly with puffy eyes.