Refrigerated and Non-Refrigerated Storage Monitoring
Over 30 years experience in sensor monitoring solutions
Veterinary clinics store medicines that can be sensitive to temperature fluctuations. In addition to temperature-controlled storage areas for refrigerated medicines, non-temperature-controlled storage is also utilized. Despite this, even those medicines not requiring refrigeration have maximum temperatures for exposure beyond which efficacy is affected.
Monitoring Temperature of Veterinary Medicine Storage
Studies have shown that a large number of drugs that are stored in clinics, medical bags, emergency vehicles, and so on are being exposed to temperatures beyond the manufacturer’s recommended storage temperature. Prolonged exposure to these conditions leads to decreased efficacy of the drugs. Other factors include light and humidity. Most drugs that are non-refrigerated require storage in cool, dark, dry conditions and not higher than 25-30°C. By implementing a remote temperature monitoring system for veterinary clinics and medicine storage excursions above such temperatures can be monitored. This can save drugs from becoming ineffective, and also avoid wastage of exposed products.
AKCPro Server – Central Monitoring Software
AKCPro Server central monitoring software displays all your vehicle locations and temperature values. Live central monitoring of all deployed devices. Daily reports and graphing. Use with all AKCP base units