The Infrared Thermometers for Clinical Usage market will register a 11.1% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach $ 99.8 million by 2027, from $ 69 million in 2020. Key markets across the world are facing a massive rise in demand for an infrared thermometer market due to Covid-19 and also pushing global healthcare spending levels to unimaginable limits. In an attempt to contain the highly contagious virus, temperature monitoring has become an essential component across public places, including shopping malls, airports, offices, schools, thereby increasing the demand for non-contact thermometers. The market is segmented, based on product type, end-user and region. The key players in the global infrared thermometer market are Contec, Braun, Omron, Vivehealth, Microlife, Hartmann, and so on. In the veterinary division, the major players are Mediaid, Bioseb, Greatfarm, iSnow Med, and Yuwell.
Measuring a person’s temperature can be done in several ways. One method to measure a person’s surface temperature is with the use of non-contact infrared thermometers (NCITs). NCITs may be used to reduce cross-contamination risk and minimize the risk of spreading disease. While typically 98.6°F (37.0°C) is considered a “normal” temperature, some studies have shown that "normal" body temperature can be within a wide range, from 97°F (36.1°C) to 99°F (37.2°C). Before NCITs are used, it is important to understand the benefits, limitations, and proper use of these thermometers. Improper use of NCITs may lead to inaccurate measurements of temperature. These thermometers can be used to measure the temperature for both adults as well as children.