HealthSaver Fall Alarms

January 14, 2019

Although institutions are generally considered safer environments, the patients are frailer and therefore subtle environmental hazards may pose greater risks. Fall prevention in Long Term Care homes can be dramatically reduced by upholding basic facility standards. Exa...

July 20, 2018

Patient fall monitors first appeared on the market less than a few decades ago. Since then, fall monitor designers have looked toward providing fall prevention that monitors residents  movement both effectively and unobtrusively. Alternative fall management tactics suc...

April 16, 2018

The NEW 2017-SYS Emergency Call Light System includes a wireless nurse call button with pull cord, reset button, and call alarm with light and is ideal for bathroom and hallway notification systems. All components are easily mounted on most surfaces with no hard wiring...

July 19, 2017

 A range of retail packaged fall alarm kits are now in stock at HealthSaver for your convenience

July 9, 2017

HealthSavers' new fall alarm catalogue is now available in print. Contact us for your free copy.

June 8, 2017

The TL-3100V DUAL Recordable Voice Monitor works as a pull-string monitor OR sensor pad monitor and can easily be transferred from bed to wheelchair and back, thus eliminating the need for multiple monitoring devices.  The alarm alerts when the magnetic pull-string is...

June 3, 2017

So which type is better? Knowing some Fall Monitor basics can greatly minimise the risk of patient falls. Two main types of fall monitors are generally available - either the pull-string variety or the pressure pad type. 

1. Pressure Pad type monitors & how they wo...

May 29, 2017

Injuries resulting from falls in elderly or senior people are a major public health concern, representing one of the main causes of long standing pain, functional impairment, disability, and even death in the elder section of our population. The frequency of fall injur...

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