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Smart Caregiver Low Cost Fall Prevention Bed Alarm and Bed Sensor Pad

Price: $59.00
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Manufacturer Description

The bed sensor pad plugs into the bed alarm with the cord placed along side of the mattress. The bed alarm is suggested to be placed at the head board or bedside table. This system is designed to assist caregivers in preventing falls of their residents. Fall alarms, mobility monitors, and anti-wandering products are efficient tools that help caregivers with their day to day to duties. These devices alert caregivers in a multitude of ways so that when a resident is attempting to get up and/or exit a doorway without proper assistants, the caregiver hears an alert and promptly goes to the aide of the resident. Monitor has a one year manufacturer warranty and pad has a 90 day manufacturer warranty.

Product Features

Complete package includes 1 bed alarm and 1 bed sensor pad, both items have a 1 year manufacturer warranty. Use this system to hear an alert when someone is getting out of bed unattended. Easy on/off switch, adjustable volume, 3 tone option, visual status light, low battery light, protective cover, and adjustable strap for placement. 10" x 30" bed sensor pad made of soft vinyl, reinforced cord with replaceable safety release connection, easy to wipe clean and incontinence resistant. Bed alarm requires a 9 volt battery, not included. Place the bed sensor pad 30 inches across the width of the bed, under the fitted sheet. Position the pad under the patient's shoulder blades, alarm will sound when they sit up or place it under the hips, alarm will sound when the resident is lifting out of the bed. The bed alarm beeps when weight is applied, to let the caregiver know the system is working. The alarm will sound continuous when weight is removed from the pad. To silence the alarm, the caregiver can turn the switch located on the side of the alarm from on to off reapply weight to the bed sensor pad.