The effectiveness of the drug is affected by factors such as temperature, humidity, light, etc. If it is not stored reasonably according to the nature of the drug, the potency of the drug will be reduced or deteriorated, the efficacy of the drug will be affected, and even toxic reactions will occur. Relevant studies suggest that the safety management of medical refrigerators is the guarantee for ensuring the quality of refrigerated drugs. Therefore, whether it is the inspection standards of graded hospitals or high-quality nursing inspection standards, the requirements for the management of medical refrigerators are becoming more and more refined. Below, Medical Vaccine Refrigerator Manufacturers introduce how to manage the refrigerated medicines in the refrigerator?
1. The Pharmacy Department formulates a list of the types and names of the drugs that need to be refrigerated in the hospital. The clinical nurses check the drug instructions before storing the drugs in the refrigerator and place the refrigerator in accordance with the requirements for low-temperature storage of drugs.
2. The drugs are classified and placed, clearly marked, and placed at fixed points.
3. Use high-risk drug warning labels for insulin, store them separately, and indicate identity information (name, date of birth), opening date and expiration date, and the name of the person opening it.
4. For patient-prepared medicines that need to be refrigerated, they need to indicate their identity information, opening date, and expiration date and place them at designated locations.