In this Bi-Weekly Issue
In this biweekly issue:
🦠 Updated: Storage & Transport
🆒 Multifaceted Coolers
🦺 Organizers for EP
📦 Cache Conversion
As always, lots of information can be found on our website. Have a productive week!
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Updated: Storage & Transport of COVID Vaccine
COVID-19 Vaccine Storage & Handling Addendum
In our September 21 newsletter, we had a “Quick Guide to Important Temps and Times” for the major vaccines (with links to their literature). Not long after, the CDC published an addendum to the 2021 Vaccine Storage and Handling Toolkit covering their recommendations for each. Be sure to check it out if you haven’t already: 2021 Toolkit + Addendum (p. 49-64).
News & Promotions
A) Multifaceted Coolers
Use in clinics & have for power outages!
Whether for COVID vaccine, routine vaccinations, or contingency plans, Cool Cube™ PCM coolers can transport and control the temperature of any sensitive product—without the use of ice or electricity. If you are not 100% confident in your current coolers (and the staff’s ability to work with them), check out Cool Cube™ PCM Coolers so you can be ready for all that 2022 has to bring.
If you haven’t already, watch this 113-second explainer video to see the simplicity and effectiveness of Cool Cube™ PCM Coolers.
B) For Protecting and Mobilizing Important
Important Emergency Preparedness Supplies
When responders go into the field, medical supplies must be safe, organized, and ready for use. From the compact Upright Medical Organizer (MC-UMO) to the rolling Mobile Charging Station (MC-MCS), check out VeriCor’s vast array of options. Customization is available.
C) A mess of supplies…
…can turn into a system!
Sometimes emergency preparedness supplies are forgotten or not given attention until it is too late. Expired, unorganized, damaged, and recalled assets will hinder a response. That’s where we can help. The Medical Cache Conversion process converts a mess of supplies into a ready-to-respond system that is organized & manageable. Make sure that when a mass causality incident (MCI) happens, your supplies are ready. Call (608) 526-6901 today to speak with a cache conversion specialist.