Temperature and vaccines: the importance of control throughout transport

With the arrival of the winter season, the problems related to the transport of products that are particularly sensitive to low temperatures, such as certain medicines that must respect certain thermal conditions for proper storage, easily increase.  

Considering vaccines, for example, we find some types that are highly sensitive to temperature variations, and their possible exposure to freezing can diminish their efficacy.

The ability to warn doctors, nurses and healthcare workers that a vaccine, before it is used, has undergone temperature variations during transport, is very important to avoid the drug being used without any guarantee of effective efficacy.

Among the infinite number of solutions we offer to solve problems related to preservation during transport and storage are temperature indicators and temperature recorders. These products and devices are conceived and designed to alert healthcare personnel, in a simple and immediate manner, to a possible temperature variation, thus ensuring the use of an effective vaccine. 

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