What does it do?
The Emfit Tonic-Clonic Seizure Monitor is designed to detect seizures that occur during the night and trigger a notification. The system can detect even the slightest of movements, making it suitable for use by anyone - including young children and the elderly.
How does it work?
The seizure monitor consists of a film-like bed sensor and a control unit.
The sensor pad is placed under the mattress and detects the movements of the person lying above it, including micromovements caused by breathing and heart beating. When the system detects a seizure, the control unit begins to alarm.
The sensor mat is installed discreetly underneath the mattress. The user does not feel it and the contact-free setup increases its lifespan without the need for regular replacements.
The Emfit monitor also includes an optional bed exit function. Should a user leave their bed and not return within a pre-set amount of time, an alarm will be raised.
The monitor can be placed next to the bed, mounted on the wall or clipped to the bed frame using the included brackets.
Why choose the Emfit range?
Bed exit function
Optionally detects when a user leaves their bed and raises an alarm
Can be connected to nurse call systems, wireless alarms and pagers
2 year warranty
The system is backed by a 2 year return to base warranty
Which system is right for you?
Caring for a loved one who suffers from tonic-clonic seizures is an important and stressful task. We offer various systems designed to assist you in this role, including a pager that can be placed in another room so calls or not missed or worn on the belt and carried around the building. Or if you are in a care home environment, we can supply a lead that connects the Emfit alarm to the nurse call system to fully itegrate it into your existing care facilities.
We supply the following options designed to cover the majority of situations:
Safety Systems Distribution is proud to be an official supplier for the hit ITV series "60 Minute Makeover", supplying them with the Emfit tonic-clonic seizure monitor whenever they transform the homes of clients with epilepsy.
In one such case, a member of our sales team was asked to take part in the filming and demonstrate the system to the presenter on camera!
Needless to say the Emfit alarm was a valuable addition to the makeover and the client was very happy.