Quality LaboratoryTemperature monitoring of thermostatic equipment in pharmacy

The many heat-sensitive drugs and vaccines stored in pharmacies must be stored in refrigerators at a constant temperature between 5°C +/- 3°C. It's the pharmacist's responsibility to take the necessary measures to ensure the proper preservation of the heat-sensitive health products they sell.

Temperature control of thermostatic chambers such as refrigerators must be performed.

The National College of Pharmacists makes recommendations for the management of health products submitted to the Cold Chain between +2°C and +8°C for the pharmacy.

In particular, the temperature monitoring must be carried out at 2 points inside the enclosure, at the highest and lowest point. 

In order to monitor the temperature of thermostatic equipment, we offer a wide range of temperature monitoring solutions adapted to the needs of the office.