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Pharmaceutical

Temperature monitoring guidelines issued by the FDA, dictate that controlled drugs and vaccine inventory must meet benchmarks that deliver maximum efficacy and shelf-life.  In addition, the pharmaceutical industry is subject to regular audits for compliance to these guidelines as an integral part of the regulatory process.

Pharmaceutical Temperature Monitoring for Compliance

To meet such strict protocols, a comprehensive regimen of pharmaceutical temperature monitoring and accurate record-keeping is the cornerstone of the compliance strategy for any facility mass producing, warehousing and distributing small molecule pharma.

Manual pharmaceutical temperature monitoring at the level of detail needed is time-consuming, lacks the requisite accuracy for total peace of mind and a poor use of  highly-qualified resources.

Monitoring for Financial Risk Management

Furthermore, in the manufacture and storage of large molecule pharmaceuticals, not only is the inventory a potential compliance risk, but the sheer value of the inventory is such that a monitoring system involving remote monitoring and alarming is mandated for full protection.

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What People Say

Anita Wylds, Xytex Cryo International GA

After a thorough evaluation we chose Tutela because we just found it to be the best fit for our situation, there was a better feel to its operation. Anita Wylds, Projects Coordinator Xytex Cryo International....

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Kathy Rogers, Jupiter Medical Center FL.

We have experienced excellent service and support. As we live in a hurricane zone, it is important to have such a reliable system. The product monitored temperatures even when our internet connection went down. We....

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