Environmental monitoring tracks temperature and humidity to maintain safety

Humidity levels play a role in the safe storage of vaccines, medications, blood and lab samples

Environmental monitoring in a healthcare facility can be more than tracking temperature and humidity, according to an article in the Health Tech Zone website.

Humidity levels play a role in the safe storage of vaccines, medications, blood and lab samples.

Data loggers ensure that a medical facility’s cold storage units meet all compliance issues.

Temperature-sensitive items also require monitoring once they reach the operating room. Under appropriate conditions, organs, blood, and medications are safeguarded when temperature and humidity levels in the operating room are constant. 

Read the article.

May 15, 2020

Topic Area: HVAC

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