Seizure Bed Monitor System
The top selling seizure muscle contraction monitor and currently in use in over 60 countries worldwide.
Emfits tonic-clonic seizure monitor is used for detecting & notifying a caregiver if the person with epilepsy experiences a tonic-clonic seizure.
It also monitors an individual's presence in bed and will give notification if the person leaves the bed or does not return to the bed within a certain amount of time.
The Emfit tonic-clonic monitor consists of two main components: a flexible & durable bed sensor placed under the mattress & a bed side control monitor with sophisticated software. Together, they detect the micro-movements of a person lying on the bed - even heart beat and breathing and the faster movements such as muscle spasms when a person has a tonic-clonic seizure.
The bed sensor does not have a weight limitation, it is suitable for adults & children.
The monitor is not diagnostic tool; it merely senses body movement that is typical of a Tonic Clonic seizure. The monitor will not recognize absence or any other type of seizure.
The mat should be positioned at chest height, below the mattress or below a mattress topper. It should not be in direct contact with the bed occupant and should not be covered merely by a sheet. Secure the sensor using double-sided tape or Panduit straps. masking tape, Sellotape or strapping should be avoided because they leave sticky residue.
Slat beds are not suitable and sprung base and securing the sensor to this. Adjustable (articulated) beds can be used provided the sensor is not across a hinged area and is under the occupant's chest.
Clean the sensor, cables and Controller with a damp cloth, neutral cleaning agent or a mild disinfectant. Always disconnect power and any Nurse Call cables before cleaning.
The system should be tested on installation and then at least weekly. Ensure the system is powered and the tap the mattress (or mattress topper) above the senor in a rhythmic fashion, rather like you would pat a small dog . After 13 seconds or tapping, the alarm should sound. (or after whatever time delay has been set.)
'We don't go to sleep without the security of our son's Emfit monitor "watching" over him for us during the night! Thanks to monitor we have been woken in the wee hours of the morning to find our son in a major gran mal seizure! We would have never known otherwise. Now we can sleep like normal people!' Anita Winters Herold
'Just set up my son's monitor yesterday! It was put to the test last night as he had 2 tonic/clonic seizures... its amazing, I wasn't sure it was working but yes it is! Thank you for this wonderful monitor' Kathy
Emfit Tonic- Clonic Seizure Monitor is designed for detecting tonic-clonic siezures of a sleeping person. Patented sensor technology detects when a person has continued abnormal movements over a pre-set amount of time, and triggers a notification.
This seizure monitor consists of a under mattress bed sensor and a monitor unit. The sensor pad is placed under the mattress and it detects even the slightest movements of the person lying above it. When a person has faster and longer continued movements caused by tonic-clonic seizure, the notification is triggered. System can also notice light movements, thus making it equally suitable for children.
For short-distance notifications the monitor has a sound alarm wih adjustable volume. It can also interface with radio transmitters and nurse-call system with the included dry-contact output. The monitor can be placed to the bed-head or mounted on the wall using the included fastening brackets.
It can also give notification when a person leaves the bed and there are no nore micro-movements caused by vital signs. This can be especially useful for those who have a tendency to wander.
Operates with 2pcs 1.5 V AA alkaline batteries. Optionally a medical grade AC adapter is available.
Medical device is class 1.
Use with wireless alarm from Bellman & Symfon via Reid Technology Home Alert products. It is not ideal for a person sufferings a Tonic-Clonic seizure to have an alarm blaring at their bedside. This system allows the alarm to be monitored from anywhere in the home.