2~8°C Under-counter Pharmacy Model: HYC-118 Included with the purchase of the HYC-118 is a FREE min/max thermometer that will allow the user to precisely track the minimal temperature variation easily and efficiently.
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Our medical refrigerators are designed specifically to meet the demanding temperature requirements for safe vaccine storage. With temperature ranges of 2 to 8 Celsius , these medical refrigerators will securely store influenza (LAIV, FluMist); rotavirus (RV1, Rotarix and RV5, RotaTeq); typhoid (Ty21-A, Vivotif); yellow fever (YF-Vax); VAR (Varivax); ZOS (Zostavax); and MMRV (ProQuad).
Our vaccine storage refrigerators, in conjunction with our NIST traceable thermometers, will provide you with the solution you need to meet Health Canada, CDC, VFC (Vaccines for Children) and local health authority vaccine storage requirements. We also offers multiple temperature monitoring options which include data loggers, 7 day chart recorders and wireless remote alarm systems. Whether you are a small doctorÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s office or large clinic, 360 Medical has the complete solution you need to become compliant for your vaccine storage.
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Our medical grade fridges and freezers are designed to store pharmaceuticals, biological products, etc. Ideal for use in drug stores, pharmaceutical plants, hospitals, and more.Read More
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What is the Cold Chain?Vaccine Storage and Handling also known as Ã¢â‚¬Å“The Cold ChainÃ¢â‚¬Â refers to the storage of vaccines between +2Ã‚Â° C to +8Ã‚Â° C from the time a vaccine is manufactured, to the time it is administered. Proper vaccine storage and handling ensures safe and effective vaccines are delivered to the public...
For Public Health Services Use The success of any immunization program is dependent, among other factors, on the effective vaccine Ã¢â‚¬Å“cold chainÃ¢â‚¬Â maintenance. The term Ã¢â‚¬Å“cold chainÃ¢â‚¬Â refers to all the material, equipment, and procedures used to maintain vaccines within the required range of +2Ã‹Å¡ to + 8Ã‹Å¡ C at all times during handling...
We loose whopping 30% of our total produce as waste due to spoilage. Tropical climate, poor handling practices, poor hygiene, lack of infrastructure, lack of cold chain, lack of technical knowledge and technological advancements in food processing are some of the attributes for such losses. Freezing and cold chains are very much needed to protect our food from spoilage and saving our country from huge losses. These are very much needed in todayÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s context...
Cold chains are common in the food and pharmaceutical industries and also some chemical shipments. One common temperature range for a cold chain in pharmaceutical industries is 2 to 8 Ã‚Â°C. but the specific temperature (and time at temperature) tolerances depend on the actual product being shipped...
Vaccines are sensitive biological substances that can lose their potency and effectiveness if they are exposed to heat and/or direct sunlight or fluorescent light. For example, certain vaccines lose potency when exposed to room temperature for as little as 30 minutes, or when exposed to light...
We loose whopping 30% of our total produce as waste due to spoilage. Tropical climate, poor handling practices, poor hygiene, lack of infrastructure, lack of cold chain, lack of technical knowledge and technological advancements in food processing are some of the attributes for such losses...