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NICHOLS, GLENNADEE A.; VERHONICK, PHYLLIS J.
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Abstract

Thermometers should stay in patients' mouths longer than many authorities recommend, according to the first experiment reported here. In a second study, the authors determined that cool and warm air in a room influence rectal temperature readings.

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