As a key innovation required for the Controlled Temperature Chain (CTC) initiative, Temptime developed HEATmarker VVM+ specifically for monitoring heat stable vaccines.
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New Journal Article Documents the Performance of Two Blood Temperature Indicators in Real Hospital SettingJune 14th, 2019 by Janice Greenberg
An article recently published in Vox Sanguinis documents the performane testing of two temperature indicators, Safe-T-Vue 10 and Blood Temp 10.
Results presented in this White Paper highlight the need to select the appropriate temperature probe placement when performing the validation procedure so that the core blood bag temperature correlates to the actual temperature indicator performance.
Recent news in the United States about vaccines and an outbreak of measles in Washington has drawn national attention to the topic. Here we share an article from USA Today
This collection of articles focuses on the impact of “poor handling” on temperature-sensitive medications and biologic products in the hospital or pharmacy, during transport and in patients’ homes.
Delivering medication to a patient’s home is a win-win. But patients do have concerns, as highlighted in this recent news article from NPR.
LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill. – Feb. 22, 2019 – Zebra Technologies Corporation (NASDAQ: ZBRA), an innovator at the edge of the enterprise with solutions and partners that enable businesses to gain a performance edge, today announced that it has completed its acquisition of Temptime Corporation, a privately-held developer and manufacturer of temperature monitoring solutions for mission-critical applications […]
Monitoring temperatures on their fleet of 63 ambulances gives MedStar Mobile Healthcare confidence in the efficacy of medications administered to their patients, and avoids unnecessary waste.
Heat/Summer and Cold/Winter testing performed by an independent lab on the five most commonly used packaging technologies for specialty pharmacies medication shipments reveals possible gaps in the cold chain.