Bed Guardian System
When a loved one has Epilepsy or a similar health or cognitive condition, it can be a constant strain for carers to ensure their needs are sufficiently met.
However, that doesn’t need to be the case, with the use of Tunstall’s intuitive technology.
The Bed Guardian’s Advanced Multifunction monitor integrates many monitoring functions to support those with health conditions such as Epilepsy, into a single compact device.
In the event of an alarm condition a high visibility red alarm light flashes on the top of the monitor. There are several screen displays, which provide details and allow adjustment of the various monitor functions. The alarm can be sent to the pager, or can activate a Nurse Call System.
The sensor plate under the mattress can detect cessation of, or abnormal shallow movement patterns that might indicate a tonic seizure
The same sensor plate also detects excessive motion and analyses the size, frequency and time duration of the movement to detect potential clonic spasms.
Vomit and Urination
A thin cotton sheet with embedded sensing wires is placed on top of the mattress or pillow to detect any release of fluid, including dribbling, vomiting or urination.
Arange of sensors can be used to detect an occupant in the bed, to suit different beds and lifestyles, and disable movement sensing on vacation. It can also send an alarm
should the user fail to return within an acceptable period.
The Advanced Multifunction monitor unit can also be fitted with the Radio Alarm Receiver so that it can become a link into Nurse Call for the Fall Alarm Badge or any other Alert-iT monitors.
*Please note that all of our products need to link to a base unit. Our team can advise you as to which base unit is most suited to your solution.
Tunstall Emergency Response received the prestigious award of ‘Best Providers of Healthcare Solutions and TeleCare Solutions’ at the Public Sector Magazine 2013 ‘Excellence in Business’ Awards.
Tunstall’s tele-assistance service in Spain was recognised for its transformational approach to health and care last night, winning the International TEC category at the International Technology Enabled Care Awards (ITEC), hosted by the TEC Services Association (TSA).