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One of the most concerning and daunting elements of patient care during the day and at night may be patient falls. Yet, falls are preventable as well. The complete Fall Management Solutions line of HPFY is specifically designed to prevent falls, reduce the risk of injury, and enhance patients' overall safety, all day, every day. Count on HPFY for everything you need for a complete Fall Management Program.

Types of Fall Prevention Alarms

We offer simple to full-featured signal devices that warn employees quickly when patients leave their bed, chair, or room.

Factors to Consider Before Purchasing a Bed Alarm

While bed alarms can be very useful devices for both the caregiver and the patient, knowing the most suitable alarm to go for can be confusing. If you buy a pressure sensor mat alarm, or should you opt for a passive infrared sensor (PIR) alarm instead, is a pull-cord sensor alarm better suited to your requirements?
Before deciding on a bed alarm, you should first consider some of these important buying factors:

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Fall prevention alarms do not prevent falls. The purpose of a fall monitor is to provide the earliest possible warning that a patient/resident is attempting to exit their bed or chair and is an immediate risk of falling.

The selection of a fall alarm will vary from patient to patient and facility to facility. Several things need to be considered when selecting a fall monitor. Location – Where will the fall monitors be used; bed or chair? Patient Situation – What patients will I use the fall monitor with? Does a patient have a language barrier? Are there any special circumstances I must consider for this patient? 

No, Alarms do not prevent falls. They alert the care givers whenever a sudden movement is experienced. Therefore greatly reducing the risk of falls and early attention in case of falls.

Wipe alarm case using a soft cloth or damp sponge. You may also wipe down with a bacterial or germ killing spray. If using a pull cord alarm in between patients, it is recommended to replace magnet or pull pins. Do not submerge in water. Do not drop or throw alarm, as this may cause unit to malfunction. Check the alarm after each cleaning.

It is neccessary to check the alarm every time because it may pose a serious risk for patients/residents when the caregiver is away. You must always:

  • Be sure that the alarm is switched to the “ON” position.
  • Check the batteries are in working condition
  • Check if your alarm contains dip switches, ensure they are aligned properly. 
  • Be sure the alarm is not in the silent mode.