Your clients rely on you to provide effective vaccinations for their animals. A crucial aspect of keeping vaccines viable is ensuring the cold chain is maintained from manufacturer to patient.
Lack of adherence to temperature maintenance in the surgery can result in reduced efficacy, which is why more and more vets are investing in professional pharmacy refrigerators.
Often with domestic refrigerators a temperature probe attached to a digital display is threaded through the door to record temperature. This would be unacceptable in human medicine because it damages the door gasket, raises internal temperature and is not placed correctly so the fridge is set too hot or cold.
Pharmacy fridges are designed to run at 5°C and have integral temperature displays, alarms, min/max recording so you can be confident the vaccine is viable because it has been kept within it’s marketing authorisation temperature range. Don’t your clients deserve that assurance too?
Tel: 01256 705 570 • www.labcold.com