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Data Loggers for Medical Applications

Data Loggers

Medical Applications

MadgeTech specializes in data loggers for a variety of medical applications. Products and complete systems are available for sterilization, vaccine monitoring, cold chain, pharmaceutical, lyophilization and laboratory monitoring, including the software and tools for validation.

MadgeTech data loggers provide accuracy and reliability in medical applications. Easy to use and easy to set up, MadgeTech data loggers and custom data logger software make it easy to accurately record your findings. Explore this collection today and see how a MadgeTech data logger can make a world of difference in your validation, processing and testing.

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Operating rooms are considered to be one of the most important areas of a hospital. There are specific requirements for maintaining the overall safety and sterility of the OR unit. It is also thought to be one of the most closely monitored areas of a hospital for several reasons.

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It is easy for first-time autoclave shoppers to become overwhelmed with all of the technical jargon they have to decipher and consider before purchasing a steam sterilizer. One of the most common points of confusion is how to determine which sterilization cycle is best for different applications.

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In order for medications, vaccines, and other pharmaceuticals to remain effective, they require optimal conditions in which they are stored in, cared for, and monitored.

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Temperature probes are a commonly used device in the data logging industry. Some temperature probes can measure temperature by being inserted or immersed into a liquid in order to accurately measure the temperature, while others can be placed directly onto a surface. Temperature probes are designed to essentially prevent incorrect or unclear readings by protecting the thermometer from sudden changes in temperature that can occur when opening a freezer door or refrigerator for example. When opening a refrigerator door, the air temperature has the ability to alter more frequently than the temperature of the materials being monitored.

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Laboratory monitoring can be complicated and ever-changing when it comes to things like meeting specified temperature ranges, ensuring sterilization, and dealing with regulated guidelines. With the right insight, laboratory monitoring can help save lives by assisting with tracking, detecting, and preventing any change in temperature, air quality, or distribution to consumers of vital pharmaceuticals such as vaccines and medicines.

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