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Cool Cube™ Care and Maintenance | Temperature Monitoring Device | Data Logger Purchasing

Ensure your Cool Cube™ has a long life

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In this biweekly issue:

☑ Care & Maintenance
🆒 TMD “Friendly”
📱 Pro-Tip for Purchasing
⚕ Care-Specific Medical Kit

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Ensure your Cool Cube™ has a long life

A) Cool Cube™ Care and Maintenance

How to inspect & validate your coolers.

Eleven-year-old Cool Cube™ PCM coolers are still in the field and transporting valuable temperature-sensitive material (vaccine, blood, varicella, medicine, platelets, etc.). So, with a bit of care and a few helpful tips, you too can expect a long life from your Cool Cube™ PCM cooler. Learn more about the life expectancy of a Cool Cube™ and how to care for and maintain the cooler for years of use.

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A) Temperature Monitoring Device (TMD) “Friendly”

The Cool Cube™ Solution to TMD transport.

With storage and handling at the forefront of vaccine distribution these days, it is paramount to keep temperature monitoring devices with the vaccine at all times—including transport. Long ago, VeriCor took these requirements into account when designing Cool Cube™ PCM transport coolers. With integrated pockets and cord management features, these cold chain coolers are ideal for the safety-conscious manager.

If you haven’t already, watch this 113-second explainer video to see the simplicity and effectiveness of Cool Cube™ PCM Coolers.

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B) “Pro-Tip” for Data Logger Purchasing

Re-stocking a preparedness cache can be easy.

Have you ever accidentally broken the temperature probe only to find out that replacement and re-calibration are almost as expensive as the unit itself? You are not the first. That is why we tell a lot of our customers to spend the extra $15 to get the “dual-zone” logger even if they only need one probe. In doing so you will have a backup available in case one probe gets broken. With the cost of shipping the unit in for repair + new probe cost + re-calibration + shipping back…an extra $15 is a good insurance investment. Plus, it gives you the option to monitor two zones at once if ever needed.

Care-Specific MedKits

C) Care-Specific Supplies in an Upright Organizer

Built for medical personnel efficiency!

VeriCor MedKits are organized and ready for medical personnel to use. The correct supplies are organized within a portable, rolled-up UMO (Upright Medical Organizer) that is quick to deploy. When hung upright, responders can see contents within the pockets to facilitate faster treatment. In storage, easily manage inventory with the included data-driven SmartBook™. Choose from a wide range of pre-built MedKits (Airway, Burn Care, Examination, IV Therapy, Med Admin, Staff PPE, Surgical, Wound Care, and more), or have one customized for your needs.

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