DHL Global Forwarding opened it’s purpose built temperature controlled warehouse to process pharmaceutical, biotech and medical devices in Chicago’s O’Hare airport.
With 10,000 temperature controlled square feet situated in the world’s busiest airport, businesses now have better ways to get their temperature controlled healthcare products all over the globe.
Whether your products are being flown internationally, or shipped overground locally, you need to be sure temperature breaches have not occurred in transit.
Timestrip® has a line of temperature breach indicators that are small, easy-to-use, cost effective indicators that and provide auditable proof that your devices arrived safe to use.
The Timestrip® PLUS Duo line is created with vaccines in mind, as they indicate two ascending temperature breaches, both the higher and lower thresholds.
Our Timestrip® Blood Temp 10 indicator is a single use ascending temperature breach indicator that can be applied directly to a blood bag, and will visually alert you to a 10°C breach of the blood bag’s core temperature.
For all other temperature monitoring needs, our Timestrip® PLUS line monitors ascending temperature breaches in a variety of temperatures between -20°C and 30°C.
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Timestrip was on display at the Exhibit Hall in the impressive Pennsylvania Convention Center during the 2014 AABB Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA from the 25-28 of October.
Among the top medical devices and compliance tools for blood banks and hospitals being shown to AABB members from around the globe, our Blood Temp 10 product had its own display at the GenesisBPS booth.
We had fun meeting AABB members and demonstrating how our Blood Temp 10 product works.
Timestrip Blood Temp 10 is an irreversible, single-use 10ºC temperature breach indicator. It can be stored and shipped at room temperature when inert and is activated with simple finger pressure.
Once activated a confirmation window tells you the product is ready to monitor by filling with colour. It is then immediately adhered on the lower third of a pre-chilled blood bag.
Blood Temp 10 is ideal for the transportation of blood bags. When the core temperature of the blood breaches 10ºC, the indication window turns blue, showing you the blood is no longer suitable to return to storage.
If you missed out seeing us at the AABB 2014 Annual Meeting, you can read more about Blood Temp 10 here.
The AABB is a leader in advancing the science and practice of transfusion medicine and Timestrip is proud to show off our Blood Temp 10 product to their members.
Blood Temp 10 is a non-reversible blood bag temperature indicator monitors temperature compliance in blood bags. It provides auditable proof that your blood has been stored, transported and reissued according to relevant regulatory standards.
We will be at the Exhibit Hall on:
Saturday October 25: from 5:45 pm – 8:00 pm
Sunday October 26: from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Monday October 27: from 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
The 2014 AABB Annual Meeting is being held in Philadelphia October 25- 28 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
Belgian Red Cross Flanders enters joint development agreement with Timestrip.
London/UK – September 17th 2014, Timestrip UK Ltd has announced it is working with Belgian Red Cross-Flanders to develop a new blood temperature monitoring label.
Timestrip today confirmed that such product development will look to create optimal temperature monitoring labels for the blood collection, distribution and transfusion organisations operating within the Flanders catchment area.
Temperature monitoring labels based on the existing Timestrip Blood Temp 10 product will be developed and reviewed in consultation with Belgian Red Cross-Flanders.
Belgian Red Cross-Flanders conducted lengthy investigations into different current temperature monitoring solutions for blood bags taken from sophisticated refrigeration units, leaving the blood banks for transfusion in theatre or if required at a secondary location. Clear and accurate monitoring of the core temperature of individual blood bags is required to identify ascending temperature breaches and prevent blood stocks being returned into the cold chain if unused after specified times or adversely affected by temperature.
The aim of this joint development initiative is to help define and pilot a range of smart labels that monitor critical temperature excursions.
The program agreement was signed by Philippe Vandekerckhove, Director General of Belgian Red Cross-Flanders, Reuben Isbitsky of Timestrip UK Ltd and Chris Van Sebroeck of Innolabel, Timestrip’s distribution partner in Belgium.
Commenting on the project, Timestrip Founder Reuben Isbitsky said “This is a milestone moment for Timestrip and we are delighted that Belgian Red Cross-Flanders has chosen to use our technology to help create optimized labels for these critical monitoring requirements. We believe that new products created as a result of this cooperation will possibly change standard operating procedures on a global scale.. ”
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