At intervals she took Hattie's temperature, placing the clinical thermometer in the armpit.
In his hand was a clinical thermometer and an odor of drugs surrounded him.
Dr. Herdal sits by the little table, taking his own temperature with a clinical thermometer.
He is said to have been the first to put in use the clinical thermometer.
I described the use of the clinical thermometer, and handed it to her.
He thrust a clinical thermometer beneath the Kavirondo's tongue, glancing at a wrist watch as he did so.
If the clinical thermometer shows the temperature to be above normal, it is apoplexy; if below normal, it is alcoholism.
The clinical thermometer is in itself considered big medicine, and often does much good.
"He does seem a little flushed and restless," answered the nurse, producing her clinical thermometer.
With a stethoscope and a clinical thermometer; and I'll hold the hat and make the omelette.
clinical thermometer n.
A thermometer having a graduated glass tube with a bulb containing a liquid, typically mercury or colored alcohol, that expands and rises in the tube as the temperature increases.