How Vaccine Monitoring Works [infographic]

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Here at Global Sensors, we understand the importance of accurate data and safety monitoring, especially when it comes to things like vaccines. Over the years, we have helped countless companies and suppliers transport vaccines to the facilities where they are needed, and we provide vaccine monitoring tools to help you ensure their safe arrival. In this article, we’ll go over more about how vaccine monitoring works.

How Vaccine Monitoring Works

According to the CDC, the “proper storage and handling” of a vaccine “begins with an effective vaccine cold chain.” A cold chain, as the name implies, is a temperature-controlled supply chain, and for vaccines, the cold chain needs to include not just the vaccine itself, but also the equipment associated with it. From the cold storage facility where the vaccine was manufactured, to the transport containers, to the storage at the provider facility, the vaccine should remain within the specified temperature range at all times. If it does not, it will lose its effectiveness, and may even lead to adverse side effects. Of course, the only way to know for sure whether the vaccine stayed within safe limits the whole time is with vaccine monitoring, which uses temperature sensors and data loggers to detect and track temperatures during each step.

How Vaccine Monitoring Works

Our team has extensive experience working with pharmaceutical companies to provide for their needs, and this need is no different. If you are looking for better vaccine monitoring tools and services, just give us a call to find out more about what we can do for you.