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Buying steps to keep clinical samples cold
Various clinical samples must be kept refrigerated. However, the sample type determines the best method of refrigeration. Here, experts will guide the reader through the best buying steps.
The laboratory manager should ask when to purchase a freezer for clinical applications: What are the storage requirements for stored items? For example, clinical facilities may require storage of vaccines, patient medications, nutrition, and the like. If you start from there and follow the advice of the guidance agency, such as the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the World Health Organization, the rest will meet the requirements. The follow-up question may be: Is there any consideration for institutions such as the Joint Commission for Accreditation of Medical Institutions? Conduct certification and qualification review?
In addition to general considerations, lab managers need to understand specific needs. Here is a useful list:
How much storage do you need?
Does the physical or size limit limit the size of the product that you can purchase and move around in your facility?
What is the required operating temperature or temperature range?
Does the instrument need to be qualified before being released for use?
What is the acceptance limit (eg, ±10 °C) if identification is required?
Do you have an existing test protocol, or do you need help or help to create them?
How to manage content?
What are the use cases and frequencies for accessing the product? For example, how many door holes do you have every day?
Are you using a system-wide independent monitoring system?
Have you considered HVAC need to ensure airflow and humidity management?
Do you have a specific voltage requirement?
Do you have an appropriate service support system?