Have you heard about the fully functional electronic nursing bed that alerts you at the nurses station when your patient attempts to leave the bed, or doesn’t go back to bed after visiting the bathroom at night, and even lights up at night so that your patient can navigate their way to the bathroom? If you have not, you need to be watching this video of the Sentida 7-i.
Unicare Health is proud to be the main distributor of the Sentida 7-i in Western Australia – Australia’s first intelligent nursing home bed – and also the most effective bed in preventing falls and pressure sores.
Designed and made in Germany, the Sentida 7-i has won numerous prestigious design awards including the internationally renowned Red Dot Award, setting new standards in electronics and intelligent sensors, which had previously only been available for hospital beds.
The Sentida 7-i also won the best product to support ageing in place at the recent 5th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards 2017, that took place in Singapore on 26 April 2017.
The Sentida 7-i is the only bed in the world that can be adjusted to individual resident needs, making it the safest bed for dementia patients.
The Sentida 7-i is a nursing home bed which makes everyday life easier for both the nursing staff and residents with its sophisticated functions. It offers the highest degree of integrated intelligence with many innovative functions. Operation is intuitive and easy-to-understand, with interactive fittings completing the concept, which was designed for demanding nursing tasks to the highest of standards.
Benefits of the Sentida 7-i at a glance:
The Sentida-7i is the only bed, effective in preventing falls.
Three sensor assistants ensure a higher level of safety around the nursing home bed. A signal is sent by the integrated sensor system as soon as an activated assistant reports an unsafe situation involving the bed. This prevents accidents caused by falls. The braking assistant signalizes if the brake is released and not locked again after nursing care or cleaning. In addition to this, the bed height assistant notifies nursing staff if the selected bed height, e.g. the low position, is changed. This way, falls from dangerous heights are avoided. The side guard assistant reports intended or unintended deactivation of the bed’s side guards, and thus helps to increase safety for very active residents.
The Sentida 7i has been successfully implemented all over Europe for the Fondation Claire Magnin and other large nursing care facilities worldwide.
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