This care issue includes technologies aimed at decreasing the occurrence of resident falls, as well as technologies that alert caregivers and reduce injury when falls occur. Products include grab bars, non slips mats and socks, and different types of alarms.
Anti-Slip Footwear (7 products)
Anti-Slip footwear are socks with anti-slip material incorporated on the bottom.
Anti-Slip Matting (8 products)
Anti-Slip mats and materials provide a slip resistant surface to stand on in slippery areas such as tubs and bathroom floors.
Bed Mounted Transfer and Repositioning Rails (12 products)
Bed mounted transfer and repositioning rails can either provide support to those who need assistance with transferring in and out of bed, or they assist residents and caregivers with bed mobility and repositioning.
Bedside Cushions (4 products)
Bedside cushions may help reduce the impact of a fall if a resident rolls out of bed.
Chair, Bed, and Toilet Alarms / Fall Detection Devices (46 products)
These devices signal a caregiver when a resident who is at risk for falling attempts to leave a bed, chair, wheelchair, or toilet unattended.
Grab Bars (41 products)
Grab bars are used to provide stability and support with standing and sitting.
Hip Protectors (10 products)
Hip protectors were developed to protect the hip from injury in the event of a fall.
Low & Hi/Lo Beds (23 products)
A lower bed can reduce the risk of injury if a resident rolls or falls out of bed.
Rehabilitation Equipment (24 products)
A rehabilitation program geared toward the restoration and maintenance of strength, endurance, range of motion, bone density, balance, and gait may help reduce the likelihood that a resident will fall or become injured in the event of a fall.
Walker/Chair Combinations (1 products)
Devices that combine a chair and a walker to allow for ambulation minimizing the need for extra assistance and increased independence while minimizing the risk of falling.
Wheelchair Anti-Rollback Devices (2 products)
Wheelchair anti-rollback devices prevent a wheelchair from rolling away when residents stand or lower themselves into the chair.
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