The Personal Alarm Monitor helps care homes to work more efficient, while still offering excellent care. The base unit comes together with a PAM wristdetector, providing patients with blindness, epilepsy, ALS, Duchenne, Muscular Dystrophy, Huntington of dementia a safe and good way of communication with nursing personnel on a distance. The system makes care on a distance, or e-health, possible, while giving patients real attention and peace of mind.
The system has been designed with both audio and visual feedback, which is unique in the market. When pressing the alarm button, the system is able to speak in 28 languages, giving the status of the call and calming down the patient until a real nurse on a distance takes over. Also the LED ring gives information whether the call has been received and how long it will take before a nurse will arrive, by showing a countdown.