Physical Temperature Buffering Rendered Obsolete

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Physical Temperature Buffering Rendered Obsolete by Mathematical Model

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Before Virtual Temperature Buffering (VTB™), healthcare providers and drug manufacturers had no choice but to use glycol and or other physical mediums such as sand, glass beads, silicone and PVC to buffer the effect of rapid temperature fluctuations on temperature probes.

VTB™, a patented algorithm developed by AmericanPharma Technologies, provides a significantly more accurate and convenient way to achieve temperature buffering

by mathematically calculating the temperature inside vials and bottles based on the air temperature within the storage unit.

Unfortunately, glycol and other physical buffers tend to be messy, expensive, time-consuming and prone to over-buffering which can cause stored vaccines and pharmaceuticals to freeze or over-heat long before a temperature excursion is detected.

VTB™ provides a much more accurate and convenient way to achieve temperature buffering by mathematically calculating the temperature inside vials and bottles based on the air temperature within the storage unit. Highly accurate algorithmic models for all common vaccine vials have been developed including pre-filled syringes, blood storage containers, and cornea chambers.

Rigorous testing has shown that VTB™ exceeds the intent of compliance regulations, delivering the true temperature of individual products so that pharmacists and clinicians can have much greater confidence in the products and therapies they prescribe to patients.

By replacing physical temperature buffering with a 21st century algorithm, VTB™ safeguards public safety while saving the healthcare industry millions in inventory that might otherwise be lost.

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VTB™ is a healthcare industry first that’s already having a major national impact on public safety. It was invented to protect vaccines and other temperature-sensitive pharmaceuticals from the damage that can be caused if they become too warm or cold during storage.

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As the state’s premier business innovation awards program, the Idaho Innovation Awards recognize groundbreaking accomplishments in five categories. VTB™ was chosen in the “Commercialized Innovation of the Year” category. The selection committee consists of leaders from Idaho business, technology and academic communities. Votes were tallied by accountants at Deloitte. The Awards spotlight innovations, innovative professionals and innovative companies from around the state of Idaho. Winners will be named at an awards presentation during the ITC’s eighth annual Hall of Fame celebration on October 24, 2017 at the Boise Centre.

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About PharmaWatch™

Virtual Temperature Buffering is just one of numerous cutting-edge innovations built into PharmaWatch™, the lead temperature-monitoring product developed by AmericanPharma Technologies. PharmaWatch™ is, in fact, the industry’s first solution to fully automate the entire temperature-monitoring process. As such, it makes worry-free compliance, unrivaled patient care, and complete customer satisfaction an affordable reality for the first time ever.

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