Are you storing refrigerated vaccines at your surgery? Are you continuously monitoring the temperature of the fridge? Or relying on a nurse to manually take temperature readings from a thermometer inside? Did you know that leaving a fridge door open for 20 minutes might not actually affect the temperature of the vaccines at all? Measuring the internal temperature of a fridge and not the actual vaccine or relying on a human to accurately and regularly record those temperatures could lead to problems – the disposal of perfectly potent vaccines or worse, administering compromised vaccines to patients. Using a vaccine-specific data logger will eliminate all of these problems. Find out why vaccine monitoring is so important and what you can do to make monitoring simple and accurate in our Vaccine Storage help page.