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IMC’s drug-monitoring systems

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With over 20 years of experience in manufacturing products specifically designed for the pharmaceutical industry, IMC's devices allow pharmacists to determine whether drugs have been handled and stored at the appropriate temperature, preventing risk to patient's health, costly wastage of affected drugs and ensuring legal and regulatory compliance.
 
They can also be used to monitor drugs during transportation, alerting recipients when temperatures have reached a minimum or maximum threshold. IMC's cost-effective solutions can be easily adapted to an individual's requirements and can also assist with FDA regulations, GLPs, GMPs and GDPs.
 
Visitors to the exhibition will not only be able to experience the many benefits of the IMC Group's wireless monitoring systems, but will also have the opportunity to win an IceSpy system worth around £925. 
 
The IceSpy Mini System can be fitted to refrigerators or cold stores where an external temperature probe, door event sensor and relative humidity sensor determine whether drugs have been exposed to unacceptable temperatures.
 
Data from the sensors is then transmitted via radio to a System 5 BASE where it can be downloaded to a local PC for analysis. The main user will also receive an alert to their mobile phone to advise them of any changes to the predetermined temperature. 
 
IMC Group managing director Ian Robinson said: "It is absolutely imperative that pharmaceutical products are handled and stored at the correct temperature and we have spent a number of years developing various systems designed to alleviate the danger to patients and reduce the costs associated with affected drugs. We're really excited to be showcasing our range of products at The Pharmacy Show later this month and are confident that visitors will be impressed by the choice and system abilities."
 
For more information please visit www.the-imcgroup.com or visit IMC at stand H10 at The Pharmacy Show. 

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