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Why are Medical Alert Systems so Popular?

Many aging people want the dignity of continuing to live on their own through their later years. The thought of moving into a small apartment, or assisted living facility can be very emotional. Extending their time at home is a way to allow them to keep their self respect and maintain their pride as long as possible. However, when you have a sick or elderly relative it can be scary knowing they are all alone and could have an emergency with no one to help. Many people are turning to medical alert systems for peace of mind and here's why.

With the use of a medical alert bracelet or pendant you are connected to a call center 24 hours a day should something occur. If you fall, have chest pains or are any other medical emergency, assistance can be summoned with a push of the button. Some medical alert equipment is even savvy enough to sense a fall and will get help if the person is unresponsive. Should a fire start or someone try to break in a medical alert system is also there to help. Whether the system is savvy and senses an emergency or an operator is manually called they will immediately be connected with someone who can get help right away.

Cost Effective
For somewhere between $30 to $50 a month a medical alert system provides very affordable care to the sick and elderly. This is a much more cost effective alternative to an assisted living facility, in-home personal attendant, or nurse. With most seniors living on a tight budget, many children even offer to purchase the service for their loved one. Either way, priced at a dollar or two each day, a medical alert system is very cost effective for peace of mind.

Medical alert companies have customized their businesses to work with the aging or those with medical issues. Many companies offer a very personalized level of service that includes calling family members when issues arise, keeping track of medicines and conditions to alert medical emergency staff, and more. Most medical alarm system companies maintain personal information to help an operator handle a situation to the clients best wishes not what company policy dictates.

Ease of use
Let's face it, many high tech gadgets are hard to use and can leave us feeling frustrated, no matter our age. Medical alert systems are intended to be extremely easy to use - especially in an emergency. It's often as simple as pushing a button worn around the wrist or neck to call for help. No need to try and crawl to a phone or remember what number to call when you have a medical alert system.

Medical alert systems have become very popular in recent years. Millions of people use these system to maintain their independence due to their affordably, element of safety, and ease of use.

Research report explores the medical alert systems market

Medical alert systems (MAS), also referred to as personal emergency response system (PERS), are alarm systems especially modeled in order to alert linked healthcare facilities in instances of a medical hazard or injury that would require immediate medical ...

Published:  Wed, 21 Mar 2018 06:01:00 GMT

How to Choose a Medical Alert System

Concerned about falling or needing help with a health problem when you're alone Medical alert systems-where the press of a wearable call button puts you in touch with a dispatcher who can summon emergency help or contact a friend or family member ...

Published:  Wed, 21 Mar 2018 17:03:00 GMT

Medical Care Alert Earns 6th Consecutive Angie's List Award

Medical Care Alert is a national provider of personal emergency medical alert systems for senior citizens, providing 24/7 monitoring and protection in the event of a fall or other emergency. "We are so excited to receive this award for the sixth year in ...

Published:  Wed, 14 Mar 2018 05:14:00 GMT

Voice of the Reader: Any legal weapon is a person's right to own

Many of us wear medical alert systems, have 911 access, security home system alarms, concealed carry firearms with a valid permit to do so. In today's world, these devices are very important to comfort us from dangers outside or homes, inside and travels ...

Published:  Thu, 22 Mar 2018 10:28:00 GMT

Cairo's airport announces medical alert against 9 countries' passengers

(MENAFN) After an alert issued by the World Health Organization (WHO) on the spread of diseases, on Saturday, quarantine authorities at Cairo airport stepped up medical inspection preparations for passengers coming from 9 countries, Al-Masry Al-Youm reported.

Published:  Sun, 11 Mar 2018 04:05:00 GMT

Research Article Globally Connected on Medical Alert Systems: Market Synopsis and Highlights and Forecast- 2025

The new Medical Alert Systems Industry Report has been published today. It provides updated in 2018 year analysis of medical device Industries. Market Definition: Medical alert systems (MAS), also referred to as personal emergency response system (PERS ...

Published:  Fri, 09 Mar 2018 11:15:00 GMT

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Murfreesboro Police are asking for the public's help in locating 37-year old Josh Michael Londre' who was last seen at his home on Friday, March 9, 2018. He is suffering from renal and liver failure and is in need of medication.

Published:  Mon, 12 Mar 2018 06:05:00 GMT

"I think he's worth every penny' - Family rests easier with service dog

Maley Coleman toddles on skinny legs, leaning on her Sled to keep her steady. The golden doodle is the almost-4-year-old's medical alert service dog, and he's doing his job well. Maley, who has a birthday in April, was diagnosed with Sturge-Weber ...

Published:  Tue, 13 Mar 2018 19:14:00 GMT

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