Temperature and Humidity Monitoring for Medicines and Pharmaceutical Warehouse
Temperature and humidity monitoring on the Article 11 and 12 under VII Storage Head of Good Distribution and Preservation Practices Guide about Products in Medicines and Pharmacy Cabinets as follows:
- Article 11: Various product types such as medical pharmaceutical products, medical material, cosmetics are stored in separate places. Each product is kept under the conditions determined by the manufacturer to prevent damage caused by light, humidity and temperature. Temperature and humidity are periodically monitored, recorded and these records are reviewed regularly.
- Article 12: If it is desired to store vaccines or drugs at special temperatures, temperature recorders should be available in the storage areas to indicate that the desired conditions are met. Sufficient devices must be available in all areas to demonstrate that the conditions are appropriate.