The Patient's right to privacy is against their Safety ...... and more so when it comes to a Patient with dementia.
You have to decide if dementia Patient Safety is above the right to privacy, or vice versa.
- visualize the bed of the Patient with dementia, from the mobile screen of the Caregiver, at any time, from a distance and from anywhere
- visualize the Patient with dementia with the frequency the Caregiver considers necessary
- record photos or videos on the Caregiver's smartphone for further review
- record continuous 24 hours of the last 10 days of the bed of the Patient with dementia, for further review
- Talk to the Patient from the Caregiver's mobile and through the camera speaker
- Listen to the Patient from the Caregiver's mobile since the camera has a microphone
- check at any time the Patient is in good condition in bed
- check at any time the Patient is in the right position and comfortably at bed. Usually elderly Patients move unconsciously with their movements towards the foot of the bed and end up sleeping in bad and unconfortable postures.
- have recordings of agitated, violent, aggressive Patients, to analyze carefully their behavior in bed
- the 24-hour continuous recordings of the last 10 days allow to analyze and evaluate the sleep patterns of the dementia Patient
- check the SAFESLEEP Safety Systems in the bed are well applied to the Patient and fulfill the function of keeping the Patient in bed with 100% safety
- discover the origin and the cause in case of an incident in bed with the dementia Patient
- have clear evidence of what happened in any incident with the dementia Patient in bed