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Pharmacy

Pharmacy temperature monitoring guidelines issued by the MHRA, dictate that controlled drugs and vaccines stored in pharmacy fridges must meet benchmarks that deliver maximum efficacy and shelf-life.  In addition, pharmacy fridge temperature monitoring systems are subject to regular audits for compliance to these guidelines as an integral part of the regulatory process.

To meet such strict protocols, a comprehensive regimen of pharmacy temperature monitoring and accurate record-keeping is the cornerstone of the compliance strategy for any facility storing controlled drugs and vaccines.

Manual pharmacy temperature monitoring at the level of detail needed is time-consuming, a poor use of  highly-qualified human resources and lacks the requisite accuracy.

Whatever the need, whether monitoring the temperature in the refrigerated storage of  controlled drugs and vaccines, Tutela have the answer to deliver total peace of mind…

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David Schreiner, Clin-Path Diagnostics, L.L.C

“It was a big step making the decision to make change to electronic monitoring. However, once it was up and running, the staff bought into the benefits of having 24/7 monitoring of refrigerators and freezers....

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“At HCA we are looking for a quality system to match our quality management system in order to meet MHRA and CPA requirements.  We were looking for a flexible system that we can manage.  Going....

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