Patient Alerts

This section contains our range of patient alerts. These can be used to call attention for someone confined to bed. These patient alerts can be a valuable early warning system in emergency situations.
A magnetically attached Door and Window Open Alarm, alerting persons or carers to windows or doors being opened.
A simple to operate alarm that can be worn around the wrist like a watch.
A wall mounted safety alarm that can be used by a patient to call for help.
An easy to use patient alarm which can be attached to any chair, bed or wheelchair.
A specially designed doorbell for people who have poor hearing.
A simple yet effective way of alerting a carer when a patient wanders off.
A simple to use alert system designed for elderly and vulnerable people.
Mat is placed on top of the bed and under the bed sheets.
A patient call and alert system that is ideal for home settings.
A fantastic reminder tool and alarm clock for people with memory loss, assisting with easier everyday tasks.
A safety tool that can be used by a person living alone to call for help using a landline phone.
An advanced wireless monitoring system that transmits pictures and sounds in high quality.
A pressure pad that can be placed under a rug or carpet and used to alert a carer of a patient wandering off.
A sensor and transmitter kit that can be used to keep track of patient movements.
A patient alert system that will emit a warning tone and a flashing strobe light when activated.
A pager and pendant with a long range of 400m, ideal for sending emergency assistance messages to a friend or carer in the home.
A pendant that can be worn around the neck to detect falls, and a remote call alert system to notify a carer.
A handy memory aid pendant which stores up to 90 messages, alerting the user to complete everyday tasks.
An under-mattress monitor and remote pager which alerts carers to nocturnal convulsive seizures.
A monitor placed under the mattress for the detection of Tonic-Clonic (Grand Mal) type seizures.
A sophisticated and sensitive digital movement sensor which can quickly alert carers to the occurrence of a seizure.