ASTON, Pa., May 9, 2016 – Crucial vaccines, pharmaceuticals, blood and tissue samples, research materials and other medical inventory can be ruined if the precise refrigerator or freezer storage temperature is not maintained. To help healthcare, laboratory and research professionals better understand monitoring temperatures for safe cold storage, Sensaphone® is offering a free eBook ‒ Temperature Monitoring Toolkit: How to Protect Valuable Vaccines, Pharmaceuticals and Research Samples.
The eBook provides medical cold storage best practices and recommends the most cost-effective remote temperature monitoring options for documenting storage data to maintain regulatory compliance. Content includes a discussion of the medical inventory “cold chain” and why it is critical to keep the storage link secure. It then reviews options for continuous monitoring and data logging with thermometers, sensors and probes. The eBook discusses potential consequences for hospitals, clinics, pharmacies and vaccine providers that fail to take appropriate measures to store vaccines at the proper temperature.
“Medical and research personnel know that keeping pharmaceuticals and samples safe and compliant requires consistently maintaining proper refrigerator and freezer temperatures. This eBook offers best practices for proper storage and building an audit trail that demonstrates compliance,” said Laura Blanchard, president of Sensaphone.
Sensaphone® offers a comprehensive line of remote monitoring products that safeguard valuable assets by tracking critical environmental data such as temperature, humidity and power failures. Products provide alerts and proactive monitoring data to homeowners and facility managers in many areas including telecommunications, oil and gas, water and wastewater, HVACR, agriculture, healthcare, data centers and greenhouses. More than 400,000 Sensaphone systems are in use today around the world, and they continue to be manufactured in the USA. For more information, call 877-373-2700, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.sensaphone.com.