Pharmaceuticals, vaccines and blood are very sensitive to incorrect conditions. The ability to prevent temperature excursions and other such hazards would safeguard quality, minimize pharmaceutical waste and follow good distribution practice.
With Sensire’s real-time monitoring solution you can get all that.
One of the easier ways for pharmaceutical manufacturers, 3rd-party logistics providers and retailers to up their revenue and improve customer satisfaction is to make sure pharmaceuticals never get wasted because of incorrect handling and conditions. Yet traditional temperature loggers cannot help stop spoiling. They only help you weed out the wasted product after temperature excursions have happened.
But with real-time conditions monitoring, preventing environmental excursion risks in pharma logistics is easy. All relevant parties know immediately if ideal conditions are threatened and can act to prevent spoiling.
End-to-end wireless environmental monitoring for pharmaceuticals and blood products doesn’t need to be difficult. Sensire makes it easy:
1. Wireless IoT sensors are placed with shipments and installed in storage.
2. Smart sensors monitor the shipment throughout the logistics chain, immediately alerting on excursions and enabling corrective actions.
3. Once the shipment reaches its destination, product condition can be easily validated and the data shared with relevant parties.
Because the sensors are wireless by design, they can be also used to easily temperature map both shipping and storage equipment. Modular solution is scalable and can provide several different measurements with the same sensor device.
"We provide Finnish hospitals with various blood products for treating patients. Our services also comprise recruiting blood donors, organizing blood donation, collecting blood and testing the donated blood. All donated blood is transported to Helsinki, where whole blood is separated into red cells, platelets and plasma. From there we deliver blood products to our customers in Finland.
Both whole blood and blood products' transportation requires 100% controlled conditions. In Finland, an obligatory monitoring period for blood cells and platelets is year round, and for donated blood from November to March. Thanks to modern technology we can carry out monitoring effortlessly for all our deliveries year round."
Production Manager, Finnish Red Cross, Blood Service