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Cold Chain Vaccine Vial Monitor

WHO Compliant Temperature Monitoring Solutions

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Cold Chain Vaccine Vial Monitor

WHO Compliant Temperature Monitoring Solutions

Challenges of Vaccine Logistics and Temperature Monitoring

 

Temperature plays a pivotal role in administering an effective vaccine to the patient. Depending on the construction of the vaccine, manufacturing method and treatment process - every vaccine product has a specific sensitivity to temperature. Most liquid vaccines require refrigeration and are very sensitive to heat and freezing. Thus, monitoring and managing temperatures of vaccines throughout the supply chain is of utmost important. However some challenges exist, outlined below.

 

 

Seasonal vaccines

Large occasional and bulky shipments

 

 

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NGO's donating and delegating distribution

Delegation of control, end-to-end

temperature monitoring required

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Production in low cost countries

shipped to poor countries

Difficult logistics, ad-hoc shipments

 

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Recipient has no training and infrastructure

Need of simple temperature monitoring solution

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Pandemic situations

High public interest, emergency timelines, government or military involvement

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Government tenders
Cost pressure, buyer takes risk

 

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Simple, Effective Temperature Monitoring Is Vital to Patient Safety

 

Various NGO’s under the lead of the World Health Organisation (WHO) have defined standards for vaccine cold chain logistics and temperature monitoring. In close cooperation with UNICEF, BARDA, PATH, MSF, the ICRC and many other NGO’s, the WHO prequalifies devices under defined categories for vaccine data loggers, chemical WHO indicators (Vaccine vial monitor, VVM) as well as electronic shipping indicators. 

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Temperature Monitoring for the Vaccine Supply Chain

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WHO Category:

Electronic Shipping Indicators

 

Electronic shipping indicators measure temperature every minute and compare them with a pre-programmed defined stability budget (alarm limits and allowed excursion times) reflecting the heat and/or freeze sensitivity of the vaccine being shipped.

 

WHO PQS Type 1

WHO / PQS / E006 / TR07.4

 

  • Prequalified by WHO: E006/068
  • Preconfigured WHO Type 1
  • For refrigerated vaccines
  • Shipping and Storage
  • Start by breaking the tab
  • Operating time 3 years
  • Download statistics to Smartphone
  • Including WHO Type 1 shipping card
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WHO PQS Type 2

WHO / PQS / E006 / TR07.4

 

  • Prequalified by WHO: E006/068
  • Preconfigured WHO Type 2
  • For frozen vaccines
  • Shipping and Storage
  • Start by breaking the tab
  • Operating time 3 years
  • Download statistics to Smartphone
  • Including WHO Type 2 shipping card
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Electronic Freeze Indicator

 

 

  • Prequalified by WHO: E006/068
  • Preconfigured WHO Freeze indicator
  • For freeze-sensitive vaccines
  • Shipping and Storage
  • Start by breaking the tab
  • Operating time 3 years
  • Download statistics to Smartphone
  • Including WHO Type 2 shipping card
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WHO Category:

User-Programmable Temperature Data Loggers

 

User programmable temperature data loggers are measuring and storing temperature for further download and analysis on a PC or in a cloud database. They are used for monitoring bulk shipments to hubs or for mapping purposes (transport route profiling or mapping of cold rooms, refrigerators or refrigerated vehicles).

 

Single-use PDF data logger LIBERO CS

WHO / PQS / E006 / TR05.1

 

  • Prequalified by WHO: PQS E006/023
  • Preconfigured +2 °C to 8 °C (or on request)
  • For refrigerated or frozen vaccines
  • Single-use (110 days)
  • Download PDF (via USB)
  • Calibration certificate
  • Shipping
  • Mapping
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Multi-use PDF data logger LIBERO CL

WHO/PQS/E006/TR05.1

 

  • Prequalified by WHO: PQS E006 (work in progress)
  • Preconfigured +2 °C to +8 °C (or on request)
  • For refrigerated or frozen vaccines
  • Multi-use (1 year)
  • Download PDF (via USB)
  • Calibration certificate
  • Shipping and Storage
  • Mapping
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WHO Category:

30-Day Electronic Temperature Recorders (30 DTRs)
and Programmable Remote Temperature and 
Event Monitoring Systems

 

These devices are typically placed with the vaccine load in a vaccine refrigerator. They log the refrigerator temperature at a given interval (e.g. every 10-minutes) for 30 consecutive days on a rolling basis and have the capability to issue alarms locally or via SMS/E-Mail.

 

LIBERO W

WHO / PQS / E006 / TR06.3

 

  • Preconfigured +2 °C to +8 °C (or on request)
  • For refrigerated or frozen vaccines
  • Start by button
  • Alarm on Display and Audio
  • Download PDF Report (via USB)
  • Calibrated Sensors
  • Replaceable Batteries
  • Calibration Certificate
  • Storage
  • Single device for one single refrigerator
  • Prequalified by WHO: PQS E006/056
  • Data Archive
  • Automated Deviation Reports
  • Self-Calibration possible
  • Up to 50 Measuring Points in one Software
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ELPRO Cloud Starter Kit

WHO / PQS / E006 / TR03.2

 

  • Configurable by customer
  • For refrigerated or frozen vaccines
  • Start by online configuration
  • Alarm 24/7 via E-Mail or SMS
  • Automated PDF Report & Software Dashboard view
  • Calibrated Sensors
  • Replaceable Batteries
  • Calibration Certificate
  • Storage
  • Network solution with many sensors
  • Prequalified by WHO: PQS E006 (work in progress)
  • Unlimited Cloud Data Archive
  • Automated Deviation Reports & Deviation handling
  • Self-Calibration possible
  • Up to 50 Measuring Points in one Software
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Frozen Vaccine Monitoring

 

Ideal for frozen or ultra-low shipments on dry ice or in cryogenic LN2 containers. Choose from internal or external probe options; and single-use or multi-use. Both data loggers feature multi-level programming with eight alarm levels and PDF reporting 

 

LIBERO CE

For Cryogenic Containers & Ultra Low Temperatures

 

  • Temperature range -200 °C to +400 °C
  • External Pt100 probe (M8 connector)
  • For frozen or refrigerated vaccines
  • Multi-use data logger (3 years)
  • Calibration certificate
  • Download PDF (via USB or Bluetooth)
  • Cryogenic, transport
  • Multi-level programming: 8 alarm levels
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LIBERO CD

Multi-level PDF Logger with internal probe for direct placement in dry ice.

 

  • Temperature range -95 °C to +50 °C
  • Internal probe for direct placement in dry ice
  • For frozen or refrigerated vaccines
  • Single-use data logger (12 months)
  • Calibration certificate
  • Download PDF (via USB)
  • Dry ice, transport
  • Multi-level programming: 8 alarm levels
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ELPRO –  The Trusted Supplier of the Pharmaceutical Industry Worldwide Since 1986

 

ELPRO has 30+ years of designing monitoring solutions for the life sciences industry. The LIBERO solution family not only provides supply chain visibility and patient safety, but gives you certainty in a highly validated, compliant solution.

ISO 9001 certified

ISO9001

ISO 17025 calibrated

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GAMP5 compliant

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FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliant

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COVID-19: We can help keep your test kits safe

 

On-site testing centers, labs and organizations that administer, manage and ship patient test kit samples are required by law to monitor the temperature of the sample. Sample temperature monitoring must occur from the point of collection, during on-site storage, and during shipment to laboratories for analysis. In the short video below, ELPRO temperature monitoring expert Martin demonstrates how to ensure the safety of COVID-19 test kit samples, pharmaceuticals, and patient safety.

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