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  • ALERT [Free White Paper]: Best Practices for Vaccine Temperature Sensor Placement

    With the US Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) Vaccine for Children (VFC) temperature monitoring requirements making their way into many pharmaceutical regulatory body requirements, many pharmacies and medical practices are contemplating purchasing automatic temperature monitoring devices such as data loggers and devices that provides real time data logging and alert ...

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  • Vaccine Transportation: Maintaining a Successful Cold Chain Without Reliable Electricity [Part 2]

    Keeping vaccines refrigerated when they’re delivered to the most remote parts of the world is a critical challenge that many experts have been trying to solve for decades. Dr. Harvey Rubin is one of the experts who have crafted new alternatives to address the issue.


    Energize the Chain


    Dr. Rubin ...

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  • Vaccine Transportation: Maintaining a Successful Cold Chain Without Reliable Electricity [Part 1]

    What innovations have been developed to support cold chain logistics without relying on electrical access.

    After reviewing some of the consequences caused by inadequate handling and fluctuations in vaccines’ temperature in the previous article, we will now explore the new practices and innovations that have been developed to overcome different ...

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  • Vaccine Transportation Series: What Limitations Affect Cold Chain Logistics?

    Millions of children die every year of preventable diseases because of the inefficient or inexistent refrigeration needed to get them vaccines that already exists.


    If after reading the first piece of this series you still find yourself wondering about the relevance this issue might have, think about this: Imagine a ...

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  • Vaccine Transportation Series: How does the cold chain affect the potency of vaccines?

    The importance of the cold chain in developing countries facing limitations for the storage, transportation, and monitoring of vaccines caused by limited or unreliable access to electricity.


    Some of the most important vaccines in the world are heat-sensitive, thus requiring custom transportation and storage to ensure their effectiveness. The process ...

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  • Vaccine Transportation: Challenges & Innovation in Developing Countries

    Some of the most important vaccines in the world are heat-sensitive, thus requiring custom transportation and storage to ensure their integrity and effectiveness. The process involving the transportation and storage of heat-sensitive products has been defined as the cold chain. It requires reliable refrigeration technologies to successfully move the vaccines ...

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  • The Scoop On Supplements: Fish Oil

    fish oil, supplements, GNC

    This article concludes our series on cGMP practices within the supplement industry. This week’s article is about fish oil production as well as often unspoken processes that allow fish oil to be the popular health food supplement that it is today.

    Walk into any Vitamin Shoppe or GNC and chances ...

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  • The Supplement Scoop: Probiotics

    cGMP refers to the Current Good Manufacturing Practice regulations enforced by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). cGMPs provide for systems that assure proper design, monitoring and control of manufacturing processes and facilities. Adherence to the cGMP regulations assures the identity, quality and purity of products by requiring that ...

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  • The Scoop On Supplements: Whey Protein

    The supplement industry is constantly under a microscope: from scientists researching the latest cutting edge ingredients to the FDA’s increasing demands for more safety studies. This series shines a spotlight on the supplement industry’s biggest sellers and highlights the importance of safe manufacturing practices while addressing solutions to key issues ...

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  • Automatic Temperature Monitoring: So Much Data, So Little Time

     

     

     

    Once the Wireless Temperature Monitor (WTM) is taking readings, what do I do?


    In our ongoing series about NYC Hospital Queens’ experience in selecting and installing a WTM system to monitor medications and blood in hospital refrigerators (Link to Article) we’ve taken a closer, more ...

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