Refrigeration & Temperature Monitoring Buyer's Guide
June 2017 : Temperature Monitoring - Vol. 14 No. 6 - Page #1

Investing in Quality Products

Investment in medical-grade refrigeration and continuous temperature monitoring (as well as effective temperature management for medication transport) is a necessary component of any sound medication management plan. Justifying such an investment is straightforward given the many regulatory requirements surrounding temperature management. Not only do The Joint Commission and the CDC expect that continuous temperature monitoring be documented, but they have also underscored the value of medical-grade refrigerators. Likewise, USP <800> requires that a refrigerator dedicated to HD storage be located in a negative pressure area with a minimum of 12 air changes per hour.

In addition to ensuring regulatory compliance, an investment in this technology delivers peace of mind that appropriate temperatures are maintained, thus ensuring product strength and efficacy.

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