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Many NHS Trusts currently don't have an automatic system in place to monitor the temperature of their healthcare environments. Instead,  the responsibility often falls to the busy NHS staff on wards to manually check temperature gauges and report any overheating instances that they observe. Not only is this laborious and time-consuming, but it’s easily-missed and therefore unreliable.

This industry application article (linked below) describes how an NHS trust, or similar group of healthcare establishments, could use EL-WiFi-T to achieve a comprehensive and automated solution.

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See the next article in this series about monitoring vaccine temperature in medical facilities.


Created on 28/01/2020