Stand Up Bed Alarm
$243.00 AUD – $415.00 AUD
- Important Information
The Stand Up Bed Alarm is placed on top of the mattress underneath the bed sheets. It is triggered when the person gets out of bed.
About the Stand Up Bed Alarm
The Stand Up Bed Alarm is made with a sewn, wipeable vinyl cover. There are two ties to secure in place around the mattress.
Normally you want to place it so the hips and shoulders are on the alarm pad. This is so there is enough weight going through the pad as someone turns, and shifts weight between the hips and shoulders.
There is a built-in delay of about 1/2 second. This is so that is someone is just changing position there should not be any false alarms.
Some people under 40kg / 90lbs may not be heavy enough for this product to work.
Spare internal Contact Sheets are available.
Sounding Alarm Box Version and Nurse Call Version
There are two options with regard to the alarm alerting Carers:
- Sounding Alarm Box – An alarm box which makes a sound
- Nurse Call Plug – This plugs into the nurse call system and set off the Carers’ pagers
The Sounding Alarm Box has variable volumes and comes with a 5m / 16′ cable. Also available is a 10m / 32′ Extension Cord. Extension cords can be linked together so that the alarm box can be placed virtually anywhere. Most facilities keep the alarm box in the corridor, but some have wired it through the ceiling, across other rooms to the nurses’ station.
The Nurse Call version plugs into the nurse call system comes with a double adapter. This allows a normal nurse call button can still be used in conjunction with the alarm.
We supply spare parts for our alarms. This means that if you have any problems, you don’t need top get a whole new alarm – you can just get the part you need. The following spare parts are available for this product:
General Alarm Information
Patient Stand Up alarms can be a very helpful way of monitoring a patient without physical or chemical restraining. They are normally used with people who stand up from a chair or get out of bed and could fall over. Sometimes the patient may be able to walk but due to dementia and mobility issues, they may put themselves or others in danger.
Floor Alarms are the most recommended products in our alarm range for people getting out of bed. This is because they generally give the earliest warning of when someone is getting out of bed. When someone goes to get out of bed, they can have the weight of their feet on the alarm, setting it off before they actually lift their bottom off the bed. If they were using the Bed Alarm that is placed on top of the mattress, it will not sound until after the patient gets out of bed. Floor Alarms can give vital extra time when someone is starting to stand up.
Item # 444B (Sounding Alarm Box)
Item # 444BNC (Nurse Call - 1 Black Band)
Item # 444BNC2 (Nurse Call - 2 Black Bands)
The alarm cord length is 5m / 16ft.
Wipe the cover clean with a mild hospital-grade disinfectant. Allow to dry before use. The internal Contact Sheets cannot be cleaned.
Warranty: 3 months. As the Bed Alarms may be under a lot of stress and have a lot of movement on them when people get in and out of bed, or when turning in bed, the working life of the internal Contact Sheets may rapidly decline. All Contact Sheets can be easily replaced if necessary.
Warning: When using a double adaptor, if the Patient's Nurse Call button is removed from the adaptor, then the automatic Nurse Call system may not alert staff. There may be occasions when the facility does not want the patient to have a Nurse Call button as they may have dementia and be pushing the button for no reason. We understand that the Patients should always have access to a Nurse Call button, so if this is removed, we recommend documenting this in their care plan. If the Patient's Nurse Call button is removed then the Pelican Stand Up Alarm can be plugged directly into the wall socket without using the double adaptor.
Warning - Chocking Hazard: The Sounding Alarm Box and Nurse Call plug includes a small part as part of the design. This product may not be suitable for an individual who has a tendency to place inedible objects in their mouths.