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Volume - 3 | Issue - 3 | september 2021

Comparative Analysis of Temperature Measurement Methods based on Degree of Agreement
Nayana Shetty   75  89
Pages: 209-223
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Shetty, N. (2021). Comparative Analysis of Temperature Measurement Methods based on Degree of Agreement. Journal of Electronics and Informatics, 3(3), 209-223. doi:10.36548/jei.2021.3.005
Published
03 November, 2021
Abstract

Many sports have a high risk of climatic ailments, such as hypothermia, hyperthermia, and heatstroke. The measurement of a sportsperson's body core temperature (Tc) may have an impact on their performances and it assists them to avoid injuries as well. To avoid complications like electrolyte imbalances or infections, it's essential to precisely measure the core body temperature during targeted temperature control when spontaneous circulation has returned. Previous approaches on the other hand, are intrusive and difficult to use. The usual technique, an oesophageal thermometer, was compared to a disposable non-invasive temperature sensor that used the heat flux methodology. This research indicates that, non-invasive disposable sensors used to measure core body temperature are very reliable when used for targeted temperature control after overcoming a cardiac arrest successfully. The non-invasive method of temperature measurement has somewhat greater accuracy than the invasive approach. The results of this study must be confirmed by more clinical research with various sensor types to figure out if the bounds of agreement could be increased. This will ensure that the findings are accurate based on core temperature.

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