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Any biologic in a storm

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FDA offers advice on "Impact of Severe Weather Conditions on Biological Products" Sept. 17. Recommendations were written in response to recent blackout that affected much of the northeast U.S. "On Aug. 14, 2003, the northeast region of the country experienced a power outage lasting from one to several days, and some health professionals were uncertain what to do with products they had in storage," FDA's 1website says. In the case of a power outage, FDA recommends not opening units to check temperature until power is restored. Then, "record the temperature in the refrigerator or freezer as soon as possible after power is restored and before the temperature has begun to drop again." Recommendations also advise raising stored products if a flood is expected...
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