RN+ FallWatch fall prevention alarm system
We supply the Nurse Assist RN+ FallWatch fall prevention alarm system to Australian healthcare professionals. Its simple set up process and clear console display make it very user-friendly. It is suitable for use in aged care facilities, hospitals and home care situations and can be used for bed and chair fall monitoring. We supply both full systems as well as components of the system separately such as bed and chair sensors, wireless consoles and signal units.
Our fall prevention alarm system allows bedside local or remote monitoring at a central nurses console. It has the capacity to monitor up to 32 beds simultaneously. The system can be purchased as a stand-alone wireless fall prevention alarm system for home patient monitoring with a specific suitable sensor pad for this type of application.
Reduce your falls risk
Our fall prevention alarm system continuously monitors patient fall risk and can help you prevent falls before they occur. Our system makes patient monitoring easy, can help save time by reducing the number of false fall alarms and can help reduce your patient fall risk level.
Less false alarms
Our fall prevention alarm system operates through a sensor pad placed in the patient or resident’s bed or chair. When loss of body contact is detected the sensor sends a signal advising which patient requires assistance. False alarms caused by normal movements are eliminated with the 0 – 3 second delay option which can be customised to suit each patient.
Simple to set up and use
Our fall prevention alarm system is simple to install and use. Set up in four easy steps:
- plug in and mount the wireless console
- fill in your patient or resident details on the plexi name board
- program each signal unit
- plug sensor pads into signal units
Your patient is then being monitored locally and remotely. Alternatively, you can connect your sensor pads directly into your nurse call system.
Product features and specifications
- digital, wireless system
- clear console display with patient name and room number
- compact and lightweight
- time delay options
- conforms to Australian Telecommunication frequency requirements and regulations
- identifies up to 32 different bed, chair or pendant alarms
- 61 metre (200 ft) operating range
- doesn’t interfere with telemetry equipment
- integration with normal call system is an option
- automated diagnostic checking including low battery reporting and continual damage checks
- easy system set up
- simple to program and use
- clearly audible alarm tones
- reduced false alarms = faster response times
- easy to move
- can set up to monitor for additional patient risks (eg. head and shoulder movement in a neurosurgery department.)
- cost effective
- free product trials available – contact us for details
- working with an ISO 9001:2008 quality certified company
- supporting an Australian owned and operated company