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GSP is the abbreviation of Good Supply Practice in English. Its existence is to ensure that in the distribution process of drugs, after procurement, acceptance, storage, sales and after-sales, etc., they still meet a specification of quality standards. Its existence makes the medicines still be high-quality medicines in the hands of users, thereby protecting the interests of consumers.
The newly introduced GSP requires that today's drug warehouses must use temperature and humidity monitoring systems to monitor the storage environment of the warehouse in real time and effectively, and store the effective data information of these monitoring in the database for later data inspection. At present, the temperature of GSP drug warehouses is between 0-30 degrees, the temperature in cool rooms is not higher than 20 degrees, the temperature in cold rooms is 2-10 degrees, and the relative humidity stored in drug warehouses is maintained between 45-75%.
GSP pharmaceutical warehouse temperature and humidity monitoring system is roughly divided into three parts:
First, the warehouse temperature and humidity monitoring system for automatic monitoring and recording of data:
The temperature and humidity monitoring system of the drug warehouse monitors and collects the temperature and humidity in the warehouse in real time through the sensors used at the monitoring end, and records the data in the warehouse 24 hours without interruption. The monitoring system used in the warehouse requires data to be collected once every 5 seconds, and real-time data and time to be automatically recorded once every 10 minutes. The accuracy of the temperature and humidity sensor is ± 0.5 ° C and relative humidity ± 3%. The automatically detected data should be automatically sent to the data storage center for storage.
Second, the layout of the data acquisition equipment in the warehouse temperature and humidity monitoring system :
Each warehouse requires independent data collection equipment. At least one temperature and humidity monitoring system should be installed for every 300 square meters of warehouses. Nine temperature and humidity sensors should be installed at the upper, middle and lower positions of each three-dimensional warehouse for data collection and collection. , And the equipment should not be installed in locations with large environmental changes such as air outlets, so as not to cause large errors in monitoring data.
Third, warehouse temperature and humidity monitoring system for temperature and humidity control:
GSP warehouse temperature and humidity monitoring system is the ultimate control of the on-site environment, so the control should be real-time, accurate and stable. Therefore, a data over-limit alarm should be installed in the warehouse, and an alarm will be issued when the data exceeds the set limit. When the alarm is issued, automatic control processing is performed to ensure the stability of the environment.
In short, the GSP drug warehouse temperature and humidity monitoring system plays an important role in the temperature and humidity monitoring of the drug warehouse, and can provide a powerful help for drug quality supervision.