Keeping Botox Safe (or your wine cellar and aquarium)
I recently published an article in the medical journal Dermatolig Surgery (along with my buddy Dr. Mike Nayak) on an inexpensive (under $70) monitoring system to make sure that Botox and other medical supplies are kept at the correct temperature and the owner messaged in the event of a power failure. Botox and other medicines require refrigeration for storage and in the result of a power failure, the doctor can lose tens of thousands of dollars in inventory. There are also home uses for this device to monitor temperatures of greenhouses, wine rooms, aquariums, etc.
Joe Niamtu, III DMD
Cosmetic Facial Surgery