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Vaisala - Supplier of Continuous Monitoring Systems for Controlled Life Science Environments Case Studies

Vaisala - Supplier of Continuous Monitoring Systems for Controlled Life Science Environments

Vaisala: McKesson Specialty Health Achieves over 100 Audits without a Single Observation Bullet-proof environmental monitoring technology that answers auditors’ questions.
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Warehouse Monitoring: Medical/Surgical Supply Distributor Improves Efficiency and Compliance Owens & Minor, Mechanicsville, VA, a leading U.S. supplier of medical and surgical products to hospitals, wanted to standardize the monitoring system for warehouse temperature and humidity across all sites within the United States. They sought a monitoring system that would eliminate the manual steps in generating reports, send immediate notification if conditions were heading out of tolerances, and provide an easily accessible way to monitor real-time trends in critical areas.
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Reliable Environmental Monitoring System Satisfies Clinical Trial Sponsors and Safeguards Life-Enhancing Research Associated Gastroenterology Medical Group (AGMG) in Anaheim, California and its research affiliate, Anaheim Clinical Trials (ACT), conduct clinical research trials in all fields of medicine. Their facility was at risk of losing critical temperature data due to monitoring equipment failure or lost records. They required a monitoring system that would help them meet regulatory requirements and ensure against product loss or adulteration.
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Continuous Monitoring in Pharmaceutical Warehouses: Drug Manufacturer Manages Critical Parameters, GMP Compliance and Costs YaoPharma, located in Chongqing, China, develops, manufactures, and markets generic medicines. They used data loggers to measure and record temperature and humidity. The logger history had to be manually downloaded for review and archiving. However, because this process is time-consuming and inefficient, they required an enterprise-wide solution that enables multiple users at different locations to manage their respective monitored areas remotely.
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