Question about pharmacy refrigerator temperature.

How cold should the refrigerator in the pharmacy generally be?
Reply - Insulin Refrigerators are generally kept at 2-7 degrees Celsius or 36-46 degrees Fahrenheit. Freezers are anywhere < 0.="" />

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May 19, 2010
Pharmacy Refrigerator Temperature
by: Adrian

Hi, To answer your question: Refrigerator temperature should be Celsius 2-8 and Fahrenheit is between 36-46. Also, just to let you know that room temp is Celsius 15-30 and Fahrenheit 59-86. Also, regarding insulin, no matter what type it is, it has to be refrigerated. Be prepared to come across that on the exam. So, hope this info helps you!!

Oct 02, 2010
could you plz tell me all 3 types of temperatures?
by: Anonymous

what are the temperatures of freezer,fridge and room temperatures? thanks in advance.

Nov 20, 2011
Seriously
by: Dan

To the Anonymous poster on Oct 02, 2010.

Adrian provided your answers in the previous post for refrigerated and room temperatures AND in both temperature readings. Great job Adrian!

And your question about freezing temp?!?

Seriously, it wasn't like there were 300 post or even 5 post to read and if you're not going to make an effort to read 1 post I suggest you find a different profession.

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