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A FridgeFreeze vaccine storage unit was used at the New Jersey Health Officers Association Mass Vaccination Exercises on June 12, 2011. A summary of the exercise is published in the NJHOA Mass Vaccination Exercises Best Practices Report, which was created in collaboration with the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services and Rutgers University’s New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station Office of Continuing Professional Education.
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The cold chain is a system of refrigeration or freezing used for keeping and distributing vaccines at the correct temperature and in good condition, from the manufacturer to the point of use by the health worker.
The FridgeFreeze medical refrigerator/freezer is ideal for safely transporting and storing medical supplies, vaccines, blood and other critical items that require a consistent temperature. Some Key features of our product line include:
Published on July 4, 2012, page 3 of “Leski et al.: Leapfrog diagnostics: Demonstration of a broad spectrum pathogen identification platform in a resource-limited setting “, FridgeFreeze units are mentioned as being used in a research study in a severely resource-limited tropical setting where power was unreliable and maintaining a cold chain was difficult.
In March of 2011, Minnesota Department of Health mentioned FridgeFreeze in its examples of compressor coolers, saying “It is essential to maintain proper storage temperatures while transferring vaccine to another provider/clinic or transporting vaccine to an off-site clinic.” FridgeFreeze refrigerators are specially made for vaccine transport.
On January 12, 2011, in San Diego, California, FridgeFreeze Inc.’s portable medical refrigerators helped Kaiser Permanente set a new record with The Guinness Book of World Records. In an 8-hour period over 6,000 patients were vaccinated.