AssistX Mobil for Assisted Living
FOR ASSISTED LIVING
The secure, flexible, wireless call system for intensive care at home, in residential groups, nursing homes and clinics.
Everyday life can be challenging and stressful in care situations, and we believe Patients and Caregivers have the right to feel secure. It is vital to have a call system that gives this security, for each individual Patient, and adaptable to the care situation. With AssistX Mobil, CSS MicroSystems delivers the ideal secure, flexible, radio-based call system for care in residential groups, in nursing homes and at home.
Three main types of call triggering (by or for the Patient) are available:
- Triggered directly by the Patient using a switch or sensor
- Triggered independently by Patient movements (e.g. by proximity switch) or specific noises (e.g. coughing with acoustic sensor)
- Triggered by pulse oximeters, ventilators or feeding pumps via their dedicated alarm output via interface cable.
Specifically, when Patients are not receiving individual care, or the domestic situation makes a permanent
surveillance impossible, a flexible wireless call system is crucial for handling emergency situations. For example, acoustics can be difficult across several rooms, making it a challenge to hear alarm sounds from medical devices with certainty. Assistance calls from the Patient or proactive involuntary alarms (e.g. coughing) must also be clear and safe.
When a Call System is a vital aspect of Assisted Living, the AssistX Mobil is the practical, flexible, and (most importantly) safe solution.
AssistX Mobil can be adapted to individual needs. Various switches, sensors or external devices can be connected via the AssistX Port.
A call system should also function in a simple intuitive way, no matter what the conditions. Charging the batteries, connecting other devices and mounting has to be easy.
AssistX Mobil uses a secure frequency and is based on the DIN VDE0834 standard. Every call is safely confirmed, and the connection to the reci-
pient is continuously monitored.
When used in residential groups, nursing homes and clinic areas, several transmitters and receivers can be combined to form a call system. Additional Repeaters enable coverage over larger areas.
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