PC Magazine reporter uses TempTraq to monitor her fever after receiving vaccine

September 01, 2015

Jill Duffy described the 36 hours after receiving a rabies vaccine as brutal. Battling body chills and what she strongly suspected was a rising fever, Duffy used the opportunity to test the TempTraq Bluetooth thermometer patch out on her own temperature.

TempTraq was developed to continuously monitor a child’s temperature by sending readings from a wearable, wireless patch to your nearby smart phone or tablet. As Duffy’s temperature crept up – a confirmed 102 degrees – she used the TempTraq patch and smartphone app to safely track and monitor her fever until it broke, calling TempTraq an “invaluable piece of at-home health tech.”

Read her full story here.