April 16, 2018
This approach has saved thousands of facilities Billions of dollars in unnecessary risk and patient injury both at home and at facilities.
Real Time Fall Protection System -integrates advanced technologies in the fields of electronics, software, algorithmic, pneumatic, air bag technology and wearable device (fanny pack/belt) design, aimed at ensuring maximum functionality, reliability, comfort and ease of use that results in a high level of acceptance by senior users. The system continuously logs user motion activity for review, allowing for a pattern evaluation and intervention options to maximize quality of care . System reports falls to the care team with GPS location.
Easy to implement system providing a certified wireless caregiver in form of an avatar to routinely interface with patients/residents to perfect continuity of care. Studies have shown significant reductions in falls and valuable alerts to caregivers either remotely or in house. Provides additional interface protocols to directly impact patient anxiety, cognitive issues delirium and much more.Learn more :
Clinical Grade Monitors that measure BP, Heart Rate, Blood Sugar, Oxygen, Temperature, EKG,, Breath Rate, Sleep Quality and much more in a panic button showing exact GPS location. Includes Fall Prevention/Detection with accelerometer and gyroscope. This device allows remote monitoring of the individual and out of ideal ranges, measurements as remote alerts that caregivers can immediately respond to, as changes in patient, resident and home bound patients need for care.
No matter how dedicated, nursing staff cannot be everywhere at once. Alarm information is aggregated and displayed on easy to read monitors located throughout the facility. VentTrax provides, audio, visual, and vibration alarm alerts. Alarm information is captured and is available for viewing in report form or in real time. When a monitored ventilator, IV pump or other device goes into alarm, the patient name, room number and other information is wirelessly transmitted to the console at the nursing station and to pocket pagers or other notification devices carried by your nursing staff. For more information
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