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Emergency wireless alarm

  • Sophie Morrison
  • Basingstoke
  • 05/06-81 2007
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Emergency wireless alarmThe client is a tetraplegic with asthma. His condition prevents him from shouting for help or even using a call button to summon assistance. His requirement was therefore for an alarm system that could be easily activated with a minimum of effort.

A wireless door bell push/sender unit was fitted into a purpose built plastic housing attached to a wrist strap. The client operates the unit by simply raising his wrist to his head and pushing the plastic housing against his chin or forehead until the bell sounds. By having two receivers, the client can have one by his bedside to confirm the alarm is working – while the other unit is located with the duty carer.

The client’s concerns have been greatly reduced and he can now go to bed and get to sleep with greater confidence and peace of mind.

 

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