The Polish-French company Blulog decided to support hospitals by donating to interested institutions a set of devices for measuring temperature and humidity. Storage of medicines, vaccines and food in proper condition is the responsibility of medical facilities. The system is used automate measurements and thus save time of the medical staff.
Blulog decided to provide each hospital that contacts them with a set of one 2G hub and two temperature and humidity data loggers. Hospital representatives only have to report such a need by contacting Blulog and provide the name of the hospital and other important coordinates of the facility.
Any hospital interested in obtaining a free kit, should send a message: email@example.com
“As a technology-oriented company that helps maintain the highest quality in various sectors, including pharmaceutical and medical, we would like to support hospitals and other medical institutions in their fight against coronavirus. Let’s save time for doctors and nurses by automating some procedures, especially now when every minute counts,”explains Daria Roszczyk-Krowicka from Blulog
Blulog data loggers are a compact solution used, among others, for monitoring the thermal conditions of food and medicines. It improves safety, saves time and logistic operations, allows to maintain the highest quality. Thanks to the waterproof housing, the recorder can be conveniently positioned as close to food as possible, collecting data on the most important parameters, such as temperature and humidity.
The companies cooperating with Blulog – among all distributors from the USA, Italy and France – also contacted the hospitals offering assistance. Currently, time in the fight against a pandemic is of great importance. All help improving processes is very valuable.
Thanks to data loggers, medical workers do not have to worry about the state of stored medicines, vaccines or food. The set monitors the temperature and sends e-mail notifications of any irregularities in real time. This allows to react quickly.
Blulog has previously supported, in addition to long-term cooperation with major NGOs, an American charity – Ronald McDonald’s House in Kentucky. Currently, the institution uses a wireless temperature monitoring system to ensure the proper temperature of food stored in refrigerators and freezers.
Ronald McDonald’s house helps parents of children who are treated in facilities outside their habitual residence. The organization allows parents to stay in close proximity, ensuring a stay in the village where the curative treatment is taking place.