Temperature monitoring has always been regarded to be a key aspect of healthcare industry for storing medicines, pills, vaccines, blood or even organsthat need to be kept at a particular range of temperature to maintain the integrity of the product. A slight can be detrimental to such goods and can well lead to irreparable damage. This is why the maintenance should be done with utmost care and attention to ensure that the products retains its own integrity and continues to be suitable for human use.

Originally, the monitoring process was carried out manually where a team of junior technicians used to keep notice of the products integrity on a regular basis and make the necessary modifications and repairments as and when necessary. The process might sound to be pretty promising but in reality, it had some limitations of its own. The major advantage that was associated with this process is the fact that if any lapses or damages occur between the recordings, it will completely go unnoticed and this very problem often proved to more than costly on several occasions. This is why the Healthcare regulations, of late recommend to use computerized systems for this purpose as inclusion of technology is certain to improve the merit and efficiency of the total system.

Wireless temperature monitoring has certainly proved to be more than handy in this regard. The method involves a compliance software that is used to keep track of the total process. Specialized temperature sensors are designed and installed followed by a connection to the local area network. A data logger is used to keep a regular update of the related data which in turn is available in the web in the form of tables and charts. Even if there is a slight deviation from the desired range, a notice is sent to the support staffs and technician which helps them to take timely actions to prevent any damage to the goods.

This same process applies during storage and transportation of healthcare goods from one location to another. This is because during such transportations, specially if the medicines or vaccines need to be transported to a country which has an extreme hot climate, special care is necessary to ensure that the goods does not loses its integrity as a result of abrupt change in climatic conditions that it might experience during the course of its journey.