The Spacecode Fridge is used by blood banks for temperature-controlled RFID storage and track-and-trace of blood bags as they move between processes with real-time inventory for comprehensive stock management. The revolutionary RFID/LED tag records a blood bag’s storage temperature and time in/out of the fridge. When blood is required for a surgical procedure or transfusion, a search is made for the specific blood requirements and the light on the LED tag indicates the designated blood bags to be used. Unused blood is returned to the fridge which automatically records the length of time the bag was outside.
‘Pick to light’ instantly identifies the exact location of a bag inside the fridge, saving precious time on manual searches and protecting against oversights and potential delivery of incorrect items for the patient. The tag also includes critical safety information such as the blood type, donation number and expiration date.
The Spacecode Fridge for RFID blood bank inventory management can only be opened by authorized personnel via RFID access control and constantly records exactly who accessed it, when it was accessed, what bag was added or removed, and where the transaction occurred. Two models are available – full size and compact. For more product details download the product pages below.
The Spacecode Fridge for RFID blood bank inventory management are used in blood banks to simplify operations, make inventory control easy, maintain patient safety, reduce human error that can be fatal for the patient and improve accuracy in the secure, controlled environment needed in cold storage applications.
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