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Medical Practices

Calling a nurse by patient - with mobile hand pager ⌚

Calling a nurse by patient - with mobile hand pager ⌚

The wireless button allows the patient to remotely contact medical staff quietly.

It allows you to call staff who are on the ward;

This increases the efficiency of staff response, reducing the risk of critical situations.

What is required?

Install an iBells call button near each bed.

Each nurse or doctor wears one hand pager.

How does this work?

The patient presses the call button to request assistance.

The nurse receives a message with the number of the bed that the call came from.

Calling a nurse by patient - with fixed display

Calling a nurse by patient - with fixed display
What is required?

An iBells call button will be placed near each bed.

Install a signal display at the nurse’s station or in the hospital corridor.

How does this work?

The patient presses the call button to request assistance.

A message immediately appears on the signal display with the number of the bedside where assistance is needed.

Calling for maintenance and hygiene in restrooms and other areas

Calling for maintenance and hygiene in restrooms and other areas
What is required?

Install an iBells call buttons in bathrooms.

The cleaning staff wears a hand pager.

How does this work?

When cleaning or help is needed, just press the button to inform the maintainer.

The cleaning employee in charge immediately gets a message on his hand pager that his assistance is needed.

The use of the iBells calling systems are recommended exclusively for nursing and private areas for establishing communication between persons. The system must not be used as an emergency system.