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Travel requirement :
Medication to be kept cool for between, 16°C to 25°C for 3 days
Your product solution is the : Frio : Grande Wallet
The Frio range of Insulin Cooling Wallets are designedto keep Bydueron insulin and other insulins and medications cool and safe.
They are activated by water, reusable and maintains room temperature for up to 45 hours. Perfect for hikers and campers.
Keeps insulin cool and safe
Insulating qualities help protect Insulin from cold
Activated by water
No refrigeration or ice needed
Light and compact
Additional Information : This is suitable to store medications such as :
Diabetes medications - Insulin, Bydueron, Byetta
Ideal for carrying up to two Bydueron pens.
Ideal for carrying various combinations of pens, vials and cartridges as follows:
a. 4 x insulin injection pens - either pre-filled disposable pens or refillable pens (not incl.) or b. 15 x 3ml or 1.5ml cartridges (not incl.) or c. 6 x 10ml vials of insulin and syringes (not incl.)
FRIO - How it works :
To activate your Frio Wallet, it is simply immersed in cold water for 5-15 minutes (depending upon the size.) Crystals contained in the panels of the Wallet then expand into a gel-like substance, and remains in this form for several days.
Once sufficiently activated, remove from water and wrap in a towel to absorb excess water. Remove from towel (your FRIO is now dry to the touch) and let your FRIO lay on a surface to begin to air dry for a minimum of 20 minutes (longer is possible).Â After air-drying, (air-drying is a very important step) the wallet can be placed into the cover and your medication inserted .
The crystals contained in the panels of the wallet expand into a gel form, which remains cool for several days relying on the process of evaporation for cooling.
Inner Wallet Dimensions:
265mm x 100mm (10.5" x 4"approx)
Specifications for medications do change.
The information presented here is a guide only, and not medical advice.
You should always confirm with either your local doctor, pharmacist or pharmaceutical company for the recommended medication storage temperature or the recommended medication transportation temperature for your medication.
The information is based, on the publicly available information at the time of publication.