Hospital Temperature Monitoring System

How E-Control Systems Works for Hospital

E-Control Systems offers temperature monitoring and data logging solutions for hospitals.  Our system involves wireless sensors placed strategically in critical areas, continuously collecting temperature and humidity data, as well as differential pressure. The central monitoring system analyzes the data in real-time, generating alerts if any parameter exceeds acceptable ranges.

Stored data is securely logged and can be accessed for reporting and troubleshooting. The system provides remote monitoring and control through a web-based dashboard or mobile app. It can integrate with existing hospital infrastructure and is scalable to various hospital sizes. E-Control Systems' solutions help hospitals ensure proper storage conditions for temperature-sensitive items, comply with regulations, and enhance patient safety.

E-Control Systems Features for Hospital

What makes E-Control Systems stand out? Our sensors and intelligates can monitor any aspect of your Hospital business 24/7.


Cell Phone Alerts:

Receive Real-time alerts right on your cell phone, should any of your temperatures fall out of range, thus giving you an opportunity to avoid costly product loss.


FusionLiveā„¢ Dashboard:

See your entire operation, including multiple locations at a glance, on your customized Dashboard.


24/7 Continuous Monitoring:

Rest assured knowing that your equipment temperatures are being monitored 24 hours a day.


Web & App Based:

Our software is both web based and App based, making it possible to view your operation virtually anywhere.


Daily Summary Reports:

View and print Daily Summary Reports of all your locations/assets and see the overall performance of your entire operation.


Great on Any Device:

View Your Operation 24/7/365 from any computer, smart phone, or tablet.

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What Sets Our Hospital Monitoring Apart from Other Options in the Market?

At E-Control Systems, we take pride in our distinctive features that set us apart from competitors when it comes to providing solutions for hospitals. Our tailored approach is specifically designed to meet the unique temperature monitoring and data logging needs of hospital environments, including critical areas such as pharmacies and laboratories. We prioritize user experience and convenience, offering a user-friendly interface that allows for remote monitoring, real-time alerts, and easy access to comprehensive reports through our intuitive web-based dashboard or mobile app.

We understand the importance of integration, which is why our solutions seamlessly integrate with existing hospital infrastructure, ensuring smooth data sharing and synchronization with building management and electronic medical record systems. Our scalable solutions cater to hospitals of all sizes, providing the flexibility and adaptability required to meet the specific needs of each facility. With E-Control Systems, hospitals can rely on specialized and tailored temperature monitoring solutions that enhance compliance, efficiency, and most importantly, patient safety.

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Hospital Temperature Monitoring

Hospital environments require secure, 24/7 monitoring to maintain drugs, vaccines, blood/tissues, and critical medical equipment within specified temperature and humidity ranges. Environmental controls are critical for maintaining drug safety and efficacy. Humidity measurement can be especially challenging and important in surgical rooms, neonatal, and drug-compounding areas.

Temperature monitoring systems are invaluable assets in hospitals and medical facilities. They are essential in maintaining the daily operations. Variations in temperature readings, even the smallest, can make the difference between life-saving medications and pharmaceuticals.

Temperature dictates the ability of viruses, bacteria, and fungal spores to not only survive but to thrive as well, so temperature control in hospitals is important due to the frequency and transmission of these. Exposure is hazardous for all such organisms during their journey between hosts. Factors such as temperature, humidity, light and even pollutants can inactivate free-floating, airborne infectious organisms. Temperature is one of the most important factors affecting virus survival, as it can affect the state of viral proteins and the virus genome.

Hospitals and other medical facilities are responsible for storing and administering medications, food for patient care, maintaining the integrity of samples, and much much more. They need to do this all both efficiently and while holding to strict standards and guidelines.

Staff efficiency is key in hospitals and medical facilities. With so much consistently happening all at once there is little time for manually recording data. Not to mention the sheer number of items usually needing to be monitored. Logging items daily to ensure proper temperature can bring productivity to a halt.

Remotely monitoring and recording the temperature in these facilities is essential. It lets staff focus on the jobs they are trained to do, ensure all standards and guidelines are being upheld, and most importantly that all patients get the best and most safe care possible.

Hospital Patient Room Temperature Guidelines & Requirements

Temperature and Disease Spread

Safety is a big factor in proper temperature control. Bacteria and disease thrive in overly-warm conditions, and will spread quickly in improperly ventilated rooms. By carefully monitoring temperature and humidity, the risk of airborne diseases spreading can be reduced significantly. The recommended room temperature for hospitals and medical facilities ranges by season. In the Summer moths this temperature is recommended between 73.4°F and 80.6°F. In the Winter and cooler months temperature is recommended to be kept slightly lower with the range being 75.2°F to 78.8°F. Humidity is also important as it can effect bacteria and disease spread. Recommended humidity in hospitals is between 50%rh and 60%rh.

Air quality and ventilation systems can be used to curb the spread of germs and disease. Some hospitals use negative pressure rooms to treat patients with infectious diseases. The purpose of these, and the ventilation systems they use, is keeping the air from these rooms from getting out to the rest of the facility. If the air is reduced in infectious area of the hospital, and pumped out, a negative pressure forms in the rooms in the area. Usually when a door is opened air rushes out of a room, but in this circumstance the air moves from out to in, keeping the infectious air to the interior.

Temperature and Patient Comfort

At the very minimum the temperature control of a hospital directly links to patient comfort. Both cold and hot temperatures can be a huge issue, especially for patients such as the elderly or babies in the maternity ward. With proper investment in a quality HVAC system, along with temperature sensors and alerts, a comfortable temperature level can be maintained.

It is incredibly important to have proper temperature, ventilation, and air quality control in the healthcare sector. For an industry already facing so many issues, poor temperature and humidity levels shouldn’t be one of them.

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