• How to Choose a Temperature Data Logger for Vaccine Storage & Handling?

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has developed guidance for storage and handling of vaccines.  Key Points: CDC recommends that practices maintain a calibrated, temperature monitoring device (data logger) and manually record temperatures in each unit containing Vaccines For Children (VFC) vaccines. This should be done twice daily. Data loggers have many different features. CDC recommendations are below, but call your VFC coordinator to learn what is required in your state. Consider a phone-enabled or internet-aware alarm to...

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  • Vaccine Real-time Temperature Monitoring Solutions

    Vaccines must be stored within a specific safe temperature range of 2-8degC to maintain and make sure its effectiveness. Some of them required to be kept in temperature as low as -80degC. This requires a special deep freeze monitoring solution starting from the vaccine production to storage and transportation. The cold chain starts from the time the vaccine is produced until it reaches the customer’s end. This is where the vaccine cold chain monitoring come in place. The Disease Prevention...

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  • Why Do We Need Glycol-Encased Temperature Probes For Vaccine?

    Have you ever heard about using glycol-encased probes for temperature monitoring? Please read this article if you don’t know about it. Temperature probes with a thermal buffer (the most common substance being glycol) has been strongly recommended and promoted, today we are focusing on discussing about the importance of this kind of probe use with an analysis that showed the differences between a glycol-encased probe and standard probe exposed to air. According to CDC, vaccines’ storage requires temperature maintaining between 2℃...

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