Vaccines have been responsible for the eradication of diseases like smallpox, cholera and polio. To ensure widest coverage and maximum effectiveness, the correct storage and transportation of vaccines is essential. Storage temperatures must be carefully controlled and monitored to prevent spoilage. A wide range of scientific freezers and vaccine refrigerators are available for use in labs, medical offices, and pharmacies. However, many health professionals, including doctors, scientists and pharmacists may not be aware of the different types they can chose from to find the one that best ousts their needs.
Vaccines end epidemics and reduce preventable deaths
Vaccines have helped to eradicate a number of diseases, like smallpox, cholera and polio, and to reduce mortality from infectious diseases like measles and flu. The first smallpox vaccine was developed in 1796 by Edward Jenner, and its use worldwide has ended the disease and the dreaded epidemics ass