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The Benefits of Having Door Sensors In Nursing Homes

More and more people are adopting monitoring devices like door sensors with the rise in demand for care home spaces in the UK. The elderly population above the 65+ bracket now represents 19% of the total population, and this number has steadily risen since 2018. And on top of that, as of 2022, there are approximately 900,000 dementia patients in the UK, with the number expected to reach 1.6 million by 2040. This signifies the need for more nursing homes and better assistive care devices and systems for elderlies who prefer to live in nursing homes due to dementia or other conditions....

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What Causes Alzheimer’s?

Alzheimer’s was named after Dr. Alois Alzheimer. He came upon this condition in 1906 when examining a person's brain’s tissue after she died of a strange mental condition. At the end of her life, she was known to have unpredictable behavioural changes, speaking and thinking problems, and trouble remembering recent events. After she died, the doctor found abnormal clumps and deposits in various areas of her brain upon further study. These protein deposits are now known as tangles or plaques. These are the primary symptoms of Alzheimer’s that degrade your brain's communication pathways and affects other organs in your body. Today,...

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Everything You Need to Know About Hospital Bed Alarms

Did you know that each year, over 24,000 falls are reported during hospital stays in England and Wales? Falling is a regular occurrence that poses a major risk to patient safety, delaying the patient's rehabilitation and extending their stay in the hospital. Older patients are already physically weak and more prone to sustaining traumatic injuries from a fall. That poses a major concern for an alert system to have in place. The majority of hospital room falls are caused by patients trying to get out of a toilet seat, chair, or bed on their own without enough support. When a patient...

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How a Nurse Call System Improves Patient Safety

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How Can Floor Pressure Mats Keep The Elderly Safe

 As a caretaker, you want to make sure that you cover all the bases for safety to ensure your elderly’s well-being. With your elderly needing more care, they wish to remain in their homes for as long as possible. As an in-home caretaker, you can use different care alert devices to prioritize their safety while maintaining their privacy. So, here’s how floor pressure mats, a care alert device, can help keep your elderly safe: They Can Prevent Injuries From Falling If your elderly is now developing mobility issues with the risk of falling from the bed without assistance, installing a floor...

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