Pressure Sensitive Chair and Bed Patient Alarm Features
- Alerts care giver with audio alarm when patient gets out of a chair or bed
- Pressure-sensitive pad connects to the audio alarm
- The alarm comes with a safety alert, On/Off switch and low battery warning
- Comes with 9V Battery (Included)
How to use Pressure Sensitive Chair and Bed Patient Alarm?
- Move volume switch to Low or Hi, depending on required alarm volume for environment
- Plug sensor pad into telephone-type jack on side of alarm box. Inspect wires for damage before connecting. Replace if damage to wiring or device is present. Once initial pressure or contact is detected by alarm unit, unit will beep once to alert caregiver that unit is active.
- If resident leaves the chair or bed or unbuckles the seat belt, alarm will sound and LED will flash. Unit will sound continuously until patient returns to bed or chair, or power switch is moved to the OFF position.
- Insert one 9V battery into battery compartment of the alarm. Slide compartment door open.
- Secure to chair or bed using hook and loop straps. If using mounting bracket to attach alarm box to chair or bed, remove belt clip from back of alarm unit. Peel backing from pressure sensitive hook (included), and attach to back of alarm box. Press firmly to attach alarm to mounting bracket.
- BED: Mount alarm box toward foot of bed. Direct the cord towards the bed's footboard. Keep the cord away from any siderails or other moving parts. Protect patient and staff safety by securing extra cord.
- CHAIR: Mount alarm box out of patient’s reach. Route cord toward back of chair. Keep cord clear of wheels and all other moving parts. Secure excess cord for patient safety.
Proper Care of Pressure Sensitive Bed Chair Patient Alarm
- Wipe clean using standard cleaning disinfectants
- Do not immerse in fluids
- Check function before each use and if alarm unit is dropped. Do not use equipment that has been damaged
Check alarm before each use to ensure proper alarm function. If alarm fails to sound, replace battery. If alarm fails to work with a new battery, then inspect and clean battery terminals.
- This device is not a substitute for routine visual monitoring of patients. It will not prevent falls. Staff must make frequent routine visual inspections to ensure sensor pad is properly placed and alarm unit is powered on.
- Use of alarm unit may not be suitable for all “High Risk” patients. Other safety measures may still be necessary to ensure
- Avoid contact with water: remove alarm unit from wheelchair before washing.
- Alarm emits extremely loud signal. Do not point unit directly at yourself or anyone else unless you need immediate assistance. Do not place unit near patient’s ear as possible hearing loss can occur.
Optional Nurse Call Feature for Bedside Use
Plug one end of Nurse Call Cable (sold separately) into top of alarm unit and opposite end of cable into a compatible nurse call plug located at patient’s bedside. When alarm sounds, a signal will activate nurse call station just as it would if emergency button were pressed.
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Tamper Proof Pressure Sensitive Chair and Bed Patient Alarm Specifications
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Tamper Proof Pressure Sensitive Chair and Bed Patient Alarm Warranty
Drive Tamper Proof Pressure Sensitive Chair and Bed Patient Alarm product is warranted to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for 6 months of the original consumer purchaser.
This device was built to exacting standards and carefully inspected prior to shipment. This 6 months Limited Warranty is an expression of our confidence in the materials and workmanship of our products and our assurance to the consumer of years of dependable service. This warranty does not cover device failure due to owner misuse or negligence, or normal wear and tear. The warranty does not extend to non-durable components, such as rubber accessories, casters, and grips, which are subject to normal wear and need periodic replacement