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Qualcare Voice Alarm (Model 2032)

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The QualCare VOICE Alarm, model 2032, is a wandering patient system designed for use by individuals with Alzheimer's disease, cognitive disabilities, or dementia. This system has a cord that can be clipped to the patient's clothing, while the alarm unit is mounted to the patient's bed or chair. When the cord is pulled from the alarm unit, a recorded message plays for 20 seconds, then an alarm tone sounds until the caregiver resets it. Caregivers can record a personal message to reassure the patient in a familiar voice that help is on the way. The alarm can be set to four tones that sound at either 85 or 95 decibels. When the alarm is initiated, a red light also flashes to help direct the caregiver to the individual. Other features include a battery-check and a built-in nurse call jack. The included mounting bracket affixes to a bed headboard with Velcro or screws. POWER: Uses four double-A batteries (included).

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Price: 
96.25
as of: 
09/30/2010
Maker: 

Made By:

Alimed Inc.
Alimed Inc. Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
297 High Street
2026 Dedham , MA United States
Email address: info@alimed.com
Phone: 800-225-2610
Fax: 800-437-2966 or 781-329-8392
Massachusetts US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
781-329-2900
Web Address: 
http://www.alimed.com
Tags: 
Home Management, Seating, Orthotics

Sold By:

Medline Industries Inc
Medline Industries Inc Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
One Medline Place
60060-4486 Mundelein , IL United States
Email address: service@medline.com
Phone: 800-633-5463
Fax: 800-351-1512
Illinois US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
847-949-5500
Web Address: 
http://www.medline.com
 
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