Patient Alarms Keep Your Clients Safe and Your Staff Alert
Give your staff additional security and peace of mind with patient alarms that are designed to meet your business needs and accommodate various levels of care. When you need to ensure that all is well, a magnetic personal alarm, pressure-sensitive pad or infrared patient bed alarm makes the difference between knowing that your patient is secure and having to make that additional trip to make a bed check. Wetness alarms give your staff an audible alert that assistance is needed, and portable seat belt patient alarms add an invaluable level of security while transporting clients in company vans and buses. Whether you need to provide additional security for your facility, or give your patients new safety options, patient alarms give your staff and clients a feeling of security in times of need.
Empower Your Patients With Personal Devices
Make all patients comfortable with personal alarms so that they can alert your staff when there is a problem. Ideal for hospital, assisted living facility, nursing home and medical center use, small patient alarms empower each client or resident with a way to call for help when needed. Portable alarms provide peace of mind for caregivers, nurses and overnight staff who must respond quickly to patient needs. Wetness alert devices help your staff to provide high-quality care, and mountable magnetic personal alarms give patients a sense of control and safety should they need a staff member in the middle of the night.
Take the Pressure Off
Provide a pressure-sensitive bed pad alarm to patients who are prone to wandering. Disposable and non-disposable pressure-sensitive chair or bed pads work with UMP alarm systems to alert your staff to middle-of-the-night wandering. Place a pressure-sensitive pad in wheelchairs to avoid dangerous situations with patients who require mobility assistance. Infrared alarms adjust to alert your staff to bedside or chairside movement, allowing each patient to enjoy a full range of motion or uninhibited sleeping.
Make Peace With Pacemakers
Magnetic devices can pose big problems when in the presence of pacemakers, and some patients simply can't tolerate laying or sitting on a magnetic pad. Designed for use with pacemakers, personal safety alarms give your patients a pull-style cord that alerts your staff when assistance is needed. These compact devices clip to clothing, bed rails or wheelchairs and are easy to operate.
Buckle up with portable seat belt patient alarms for transit. These personal safety devices give your staff an audible cue should a patient attempt to remove the seat belt. Ideal for use in transport vans and buses, this type of alarm ensures that everyone stays seated while the vehicle is in use, and notifies caregivers of attempts of unassisted wheelchair exits, creating a safer environment for both patients and staff.