Importance of Vaccine Monitoring
Reliable temperature monitoring throughout the cold chain is imperative to ensure that vaccine potency is maintained and that organisations involved in the storage of vaccines have robust records to prove their due diligence in the process.
The recommended temperature range to store vaccines is generally +2˚C to +8˚C, but you should always follow the manufacturer's summary of product characteristics. For example, some vaccines, such as Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine, require ultra-low temperature storage.
Those who store vaccines are typically required to use a max-min thermometer and strongly encouraged to use a continuous temperature monitoring device, such as a data logger. Data loggers can provide information about when the temperature breaches the manufacturer's recommendations, and for how long they were outside of this range.
Vaccine Monitoring Solutions
Our vaccine monitoring data logger range offers advanced functionality beyond that of standard maximum-minimum thermometers, allowing for continuous temperature recording of vaccines in refrigeration using glycol buffered temperature probes to mimic the rate at which vaccines react to temperature changes, giving you the most accurate and reliable data. These products clearly show current temperature, with max-min temperature readings available at the touch of a button.
Our USB vaccine data loggers record temperature readings to onboard storage for later download and allow the setting of min-max limits, which if breached are indicated on the device.
Our WiFi vaccine data loggers can be connected to the EasyLog Cloud offering remote real-time access to data and secure long-term data storage, ensuring that you have robust, easily accessible temperature records to prove your due diligence. These data loggers allow you to configure high and low alarm levels and receive alerts via email, SMS, and indicated directly on the device display. EL-WiFi-VACX extends local alerting with clear audible and visible indication.
EasyLog Cloud enables users to export useful PDF reports including max-min readings, standard deviation and mean kinetic temperature (MKT).
Medical Cold Chain Monitoring
Maintain every aspect of your medical cold chain by monitoring your medical resources in transit.
Available in packs of 10, the EL-CC data logger range provides cost-effective, user-friendly loggers specially designed to monitor the cold chain of transported medical goods. Simply press the button on board the device to start logging and plug into the computer via the USB port when finished to view the data. Pre-set alarm rates are set on the device depending what you are transporting: we have products specially designed for monitoring ambient pharma goods, blood samples and platelet samples.
If the temperature falls outside of the pre-set range the LED light on board the device will flash red as well as this being highlighted in the data recorded and accessed via PC.
No More Manual Checks
Our vaccine data loggers automatically monitor temperature, uploading data to the EasyLog Cloud, reducing the amount of time wasted during manual checks. Allowing you to focus your time elsewhere.
Avoid Unnecessary Wastage
With local and remote alerting features, you can be notified when storage temperatures become too high/low. Potentially preventing avoidable vaccine wastage and saving you money.
Prove Your Due Diligence
Historical temperature data is stored on the device or uploaded to the EasyLog Cloud, accessible at any time and ensuring organisations have robust records to prove their due diligence.
Maintain Vaccine Potency
By monitoring storage temperatures you can ensure vaccines maintain their potency and therefore remain both efficiant and effective, helping to protect patients and save lives.