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5 Tips For Warehouse Workers To Reduce Employee Fatigue

An early 2021 inspection of an Eli Lilly pharmaceutical plant in Indianapolis led to the FDA issuing a Form 483. The inspectional observations that were listed in the form included problems with environmental monitoring, microbial contamination prevention procedures, and root cause...

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​​Why Hospitals Are Investing in Centralized Monitoring Systems

In this blog, we frequently talk about remote monitoring, and specifically how networked sensors can be used to continuously collect data on critical environmental and process parameters. In this article, we’ll focus on the applications for this type of centralized monitoring system for...

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3 Reasons Why VAWD Accreditation Matters

The health of American citizens relies largely on the quality of prescription drugs they take. Even though the United States takes every precaution to secure its medication supply chain, there are still certain issues that can arise. In order to combat the potential risks of an unsecured supply...

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​​Temperature Mapping & Validation in the Age of Biopharma Growth

The biopharmaceutical industry is experiencing an unprecedented increase in demand, which is expected to continue for the foreseeable future. In response, companies are scaling up their operations as quickly as possible. However, since it is heavily regulated, rapid scale-up in biopharma is more...

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Food Plants & Warehouses Are Increasingly Being Audited And Fined By The FDA

Food plants and warehouses have a responsibility to comply with FDA regulations to ensure that high quality products are being distributed to the public. Recently, the FDA has been particularly concerned about temperature monitoring conditions, and therefore, are issuing citations to facilities...

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​​IoT-enabled Monitoring Technologies Can Help Blood Banks Save Lives. Here’s How.

Blood banks perform the critical functions of collecting, testing, processing, storing, and distributing the over 10 million units of blood donated in the US every year. The tasks performed on a daily basis in a blood bank are diverse and complex.

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Preparing For the Return of FDA Surveillance Inspections: A Guide for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers

In July, acting FDA commissioner Janet Woodcock announced that the FDA would be resuming non-mission-critical facility inspections, effective immediately. In this article, we’re going to discuss what that means for pharmaceutical companies, and how they can prepare for a successful audit.   

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Bluetooth Data Loggers: When, How & Why You Should Use Them

An electronic data logger is a compact, self-contained unit that measures, records, and transmits data. Data loggers are an efficient, cost-effective way to continuously monitor temperature, humidity, pressure, and virtually any other parameter that can be measured with a sensor that generates...

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How are Data Loggers Powered?

A data logger is a compact, self-contained electronic unit that measures, records, and transmits a stream of data. In other articles, we’ve covered the types of data they’re used to collect, which include temperature, humidity, pressure, and many others. 

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The One Technology Blood Banks Should Invest In This Year

Blood banks play the critical role of collecting, testing, separating, storing, and distributing donated blood to patients in need. Roughly 36,000 units of blood are donated per day, which are used to treat patients who have lost blood due to surgery or trauma, or who have diseases that affect...

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