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Best Practices for Blood Storage and Handling

Blood banks and any area that keeps blood components even for short periods of time need to have storage conditions and chain of custody temperature data available as a best practice in patient care. In essence, different blood components have different temperature storage needs.

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Physical Temperature Buffering Rendered Obsolete

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A Monitoring Solution Without a Fee – Pros and Cons

When choosing a monitoring solution, one is faced with the option to stick with a fee-based solution or a solution that is integrated with the building automation. There are many factors to consider when making that choice. Here is a review of just some of the many options to consider.  

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Temperature Monitoring in the Cloud

Cloud computing is beginning to have an impact on the conduct of clinical trials, healthcare compliance, and storage of pharmaceuticals.  Increasing regulatory pressures, and the need to reduce cost, automated “cloud monitoring” has become a viable option for Hospitals with a need to focus on their core competencies.

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PharmaWatch™ Sensors for Backup and Emergency Transport

Recent amendments to CDC guidance have included a recommendation to utilize at least one back-up device at each Location where vaccines and/or similar inventory are being monitored.

This document describes the use of a PharmaWatch™ SNEXT sensor with a display to accommodate this recommendation.

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Introducing the PharmaWatch™ Calibration Management Service!

The Auto Recalibration Program will provide notification 30 days prior to the expiration date of your NIST certificate(s), then deliver new calibrated replaceable probes that can be quickly switched out to maintain continuous compliance with a minimum of fuss on your part. NIST certificates are automatically and always available via this process and can be downloaded anytime from the PharmaWatch™ Portal with a single click.

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