Less Risk, More Freedoms with Waterproof Tags
Your patients are your focus, and while safety is a priority you also want to make sure they have freedoms and comforts. It’s easy to take every day activities for granted, but for your patients these little things mean the most. Something that sounds simple, like taking a bath, isn’t as simple for a resident or patient who needs assistance and monitoring. With a sophisticated security band on their wrist while bathing, in therapy pools, or submerged in water in general can pose an issue. Condensation can be a real concern within the tag, and a wet or damaged tag can mean compromised security as well as unnecessary expenditures.
Our team has been dedicated to taking our product to the next level to ensure that our security tags are the easiest to both wear and manage, and with that in mind we’re excited to announce the release of our completely waterproof tag for residents and mothers.
Ensure the wellbeing of your patients
We know it’s important that your patients can maintain their way of life and be comfortable when in your care. Whether they’re a senior resident or a mother spending time in the hospital after giving birth, it’s essential they can care for themselves and receive the care they need. That’s why we made it a priority to make our security tags waterproof. Now your patients can bath or use a therapy pool without having to worry about condensation issues within the tag. Our new improved tags are sealed in silicone to withstand the toughest of moisture conditions.
- Spend more time caring for patients, and less time worrying about keeping security tags dry
- Let patients go about their day-to-day lives and rest assured that security won’t be compromised due to condensation issues
- Save money and resources spent on repairing or replacing tags that are damaged by water issues
Keep new mothers comfortable and their infants secure
Bringing a new baby into the world is exhausting and exhilarating. We know it’s important for new mothers to be able to take a nice long hot shower to aid in rehabbing their bodies after childbirth. That’s why our new “mother tags” are also waterproof—so that any new mother doesn’t have to worry about small things (like her security tag) and can focus on healing. You can also rest assured that condensation in tags will never be an issue and that a mother and her baby are always secure and matched.
- Create peace-of-mind for new mothers during their recovery
- Ensure safety and real-time matching between mother and baby
- Focus more on patient care and less on whether or not a tag gets wet during a shower
Make sure that your patients can maintain their way of life and receive the care they need while staying safe and secure—ensure your security tags provide freedom and peace-of-mind for patients and for you.
To learn more about how your facilities could be better protected by software-enhanced Cuddles Infant Protection, Kidz Pediatric Elopement, or ResidentGuard Wander Management, contact us today. As an industry leader, we are committed to high quality, cost-effective, health care related security systems backed by the industry’s most comprehensive customer support program.
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