Hospital Temperature Monitoring
Hospital data loggers
Hospital temperature monitoring is an essential process required to ensure product safety and efficacy and is achieved through implementing hospital data loggers in your fridges and storage areas within the hospital.
Withnell Sensors’ SenseAnywhere hospital data loggers make the ideal hospital temperature monitoring system. The data loggers with extended PRT's make a great solution for vaccines that require storage at ultra-low levels due to the expansive temperature range of -200 to +200°C covering the most requirements of vaccines. Monitoring most standard vaccines, medicines and human samples can be achieved through the internal sensors of the standard model data loggers- with a temperature range covering -40°C to +70°C, perfect for hospital refrigerator temperature monitoring.
The temperature data loggers also meet the most stringent class of the EU regulation for data loggers EN12830:2018 accuracy class 0.2. They can be calibrated to assure secure and reliable monitoring of the temperature-sensitive medical produce, whether that be vaccines and medicines, blood bags or human body parts. Furthermore, the use of both the AiroSensor logger and external Pt100 probe allows you to generate records of both the ambient temperatures as well as the (ultra-low) temperatures of the samples, allowing you to calculate how long the container will stay inside the required limits in its current state.
However, the real value this hospital temperature monitoring system brings is due to seamless roaming with the mobile AccessPoints. The AccessPoints can be placed throughout the hospital, providing 24/7 real-time monitoring of temperature conditions. Thedata logger automatically transmits all data to the Cloud whenever it is in range of the network, without any need for human intervention. The internal memory ensures that there is a vigorous data profile even when cloud access cannot be reached. Data is accessible 24/7 from any connected smart device and SMS alarms will be sent the moment customisable temperature limits are reached.