Dialysis often requires different temperature conditions for different patients and staff. While the staff is active and can need the greater environment cooler, the patients are stationary, bound by the machines they are connected to. Currently, most dialysis clinics have individual heat lamps and fans that require a staff member to come over and turn on and off as the patient needs. These are not very accurate and also have a tendency to affect neighboring patients and staff when they are working with the patients. If the patients were equipped with the Wristify personal temperature device, they would be able to control their own comfort levels and would not require staff to continually adjust temperature devices. This would also stop spill over from one patient to another and would allow staff to work in a consistent environment that suits their needs.
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