Virtual Temperature Buffering™ Blog Series

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For a long time, healthcare providers have used glycol and other mediums to buffer the effect of rapid temperature fluctuations on probes. This is done to gain a more accurate reflection of the actual temperature inside vials, syringes and bottles. Now, thanks to new cutting-edge technology from PharmaWatch, there’s a much more convenient and accurate way to achieve buffering without the mess and hassle of glycol. Our upcoming blog series, written by our very own VP of Science and Engineering, Michael Rusnack, will cover everything you need to know about Virtual Temperature Buffering. Stay tuned!

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Virtual Temperature Buffering By Michael Rusnack In the Spring of 2012, the PharmaWatch development was made aware of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention

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