Neat Group launches a renewed presence sensor for patients
- This device has a sensor that deactivates the alarm while the nurse assists the resident.
- In a case of emergency, health professionals can send assistance alarms through this device.
Madrid, July 05, 2014
In order to help healthcare institutions to manage more efficiently the alarms launched by motion sensors, Neat Group has market a presence sensor in bed with innovative features that prevents service managers from receiving false alarms and allows the nurse to ask for help if the patient has a contingency.
This sensor is used in patients who, for their health, physical or intellectual, must remain in bed for long periods. It is also ideal for managing the care of residents during the night shifts.
Conventional devices, based on motion sensors to trigger alarms are designed to detect the presence of, not only the patient, but also anyone who comes into their range, which, each time a professional health enters the room to asist the resident, the alarm is released, alerting service managers who cannot immediately identify if it is a patient who has left the bed and need help or a false alarm caused by the presence of a nurse.
The new presence sensor allows the health professional to temporarily disable the system performance while attending the patient in his room and rehabilitate it as he leaves the room.
This device is not the traditional bed sensor that is placed under the mattress of the patient, but is a modern bed occupancy sensor consists of three components with innovative features: a motion detector, a device with three colored buttons green, red and yellow and the alarm receiver.
The motion detector is placed in a strategic position in the room, such as under the bed and when someone comes into its range, it sends a motion alarm; the alarm receiver -a mobile device carried by the managers of the service- identifies from which room the alarm has been sent, either motion, and assistance; the third element is the device with three buttons, placed on the wall of the room -usually in the doorway- and allows the nurse to activate and deactivate the system.
The red button of the device also provides important functionality, when pushed, the health professional may issue an alarm for assistance to their partners, if the resident experiences an emergency, such as a fall.
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