The Pulseguard

The Pulseguard

How this works:

The Sensor uses LED lights and an electro-optical cell to “sense” the volume of blood under the skin. From there, sophisticated algorithms are applied to the pulse signal so that the heart’s true rhythm can be detected.

Once the sensor has detected the heart rate, BTLE (Bluetooth) technology is used to transmit the data to the Paladin® Software, where it is interpreted and displayed for your use.


The Pager connects to Paladin® via Bluetooth.

As the Paladin® Software and Sensor monitor and detect fluctuation in the heart rate, this can be used to accurately detect the possible start of a seizure in persons that have ictal tachycardia (the increase in heart rate during a seizure) or ictal bradycardia (the reduction of heart rate during a seizure).

It will also give an immediate alarm of a cardiac arrest, the onset of hypoglycemia and any condition that has symptoms affecting the heart-rate.

Paladin® makes an excellent utility for monitoring people who suffer from seizures in their sleep and who have the above conditions.


Paladin® has been designed and tested to work on a dedicated tablet.

For additional information about the The Pulseguard, please contact us for more details.

National Awards

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.

Individual Customers In Ireland in 2018

International 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).