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TMD and DDL Requirements | Alternate Care Medical Site | Mobile Emergency Room Systems

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A) TMD and DDL Requirements

Be in compliance with the CDC.

From the 2019 Toolkit (p. 9):

  • Every vaccine storage and transport (emergency or non-emergency) unit must have a TMD.*
  • Use DDLs with a current and valid Certificate of Calibration Testing.
  • Keep the recorded data for three years or longer.
  • Have at least one backup TMD.

*CDC recommends a specific type of TMD called a “digital data logger” (DDL).

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 professional.

Watch this 113-second explainer video to see the simplicity and effectiveness of Cool Cube™ PCM Coolers.

What Do you Use?

(this only requires a click–but helps a lot)

20191203 poll-therm

What brand of TMD/DDL do you use?

Traceable® (Control Company)

Fridge-tag® (Berlinger)

InTemp® (Onset®)

LogTag®

Other

Alternate Care Site System

B) Alternate Care Medical Site (preparedness)

An easy system to maintain as well as deploy.

To expand treatment outside the walls, you will need the right supplies and equipment on hand. VeriCor Alternate Care Site Systems already have that covered. You pick the type of treatment required, and we build a system that is ready for deployment. The Response-Friendly® philosophy ensures your patients will get the care when they need it most. Learn more by clicking the picture or button, or call 608-526-6901 and talk to an expert today.

In-the-Field ER for Hospital Coalitions

C) Mobile Emergency Room Systems

Advanced levels of care — almost anywhere.

FSTs (Forward Surgical Teams) are small, mobile surgical units in the United States Army. VeriCor revamped the concept into a mobile emergency room system specifically for health care coalitions. It supports advanced levels of care typically needed within the “golden hour” of injury during mass causality incidents. Learn more by clicking the picture or button, or call 608-526-6901 and talk to an expert today.

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