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It is called a Vaccine Vial Monitor, or VVM, for short.
The concept for the VVM was first proposed in 1979 by the World Health Organization and took a constant and prolonged push by many organizations to master the reliability of the technology.
It is estimated that by 2019 VVM will allow healthcare workers to recognize and replace more than 230 million doses of unusable vaccines.
And although VVM was developed as a heat-exposure indicator, it also contributes significantly as a tool to reduce accidental freezing, as it is now possible to detect and avoid excessive heat exposure when methods are employed to store and transport vaccines without ice and equipment that is a known source of freeze damage.
On September 15-16 VVMS stages its annual vintage machinery and steam show at Legends Park, Corwen.
81.25% of the female JHWs checked the VVM and the label, but only 68% of them loaded the vaccine without contamination.
(4) reveals that health workers at all the sub-centers checked the vaccine vial marker (VVM) and expiry date of the vaccines before reconstituting or injecting the vaccine.
WHO presented two TempTime executives with certificates of honor on the 10th anniversary of the implementation of vaccine vial monitors (VVM).
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