Epi-Care 3000 monitors seizures during sleep

The seizure alarm is developed to register and alert in case of a tonic-clonic seizure. The electronics incorporated in the sensor identifies a seizure by recognising the distinctive movements. Epi-Care 3000 does not react to normal movements during sleep.

The level of sensitivity and the alarm timer of Epi-Care 3000 can be adjusted according to the user’s pattern of seizures and the specifications of the bed.

Because of its high sensitivity and reliability, the Epi-Care 3000 bed sensor is widely used both for children and adults

Epi-Care 3000 uses accurate sensor technology to recognise tonic-clonic epileptic seizures

1: Place the sensor on the bed

When the sensor is secured, and the device is connected, the alarm is ready and does not need further installation.

Epi-Care 3000 is especially suitable for children with epilepsy due to the accurate sensor technology.

2: The sensor recognises seizures

The sensor uses an algorithm to distinguish between tonic-clonic epileptic seizures and regular movements. 

The alert can be send to a pager or a phone.

3: Alerts are forwarded to a caretaker

When Epi-Care 3000 registers a seizure, it will immediately send an alert to a pager. The alarm can also send alerts through text messages or phone calls.

 

Epi-Care 3000 uses a sensor placed on the mattress to detect epileptic seizures.

A seizure alarm for children

Epi-Care 3000 is particularly suitable for young children due to its accurate sensor technology. It can even detect vague cramps during sleep, which makes Epi-Care 3000 a safe solution for small children from the age of 2.

The level of sensitivity and the alarm timer can be set up easily and accurately in the menu on the device. The device automatically remembers the selected settings when it is turned on again.

The built-in journal with the time and date of the alarms makes it easier to document the development of the number of seizures over a period.

 
Epi-Care 3000 can be placed beside the bed, and the sensor underneath the mattress

A proven and reliable epilepsy alarm

The Epi-Care 3000 sensor must be secured to the mattress and connected via a cord to the Epi-Care base unit that is placed on a bedside table or near the bed.

Through a diagnostic test, the device will detect any errors with the installation as well as technical errors that may occur and informs the caretaker. The test runs automatically when the device is turned on and it will be run on a regular basis as long as the device is turned on. The pause button makes it easier to tuck in children without causing false alarms while the child is settling down to sleep.

Epi-Care 3000 is the safe solution when the issue is seizures during sleep, and it has proven its value through many years of experience. 

 
Epi-Care 3000 can communicate with a wide array of GSM-based devices

Forwarding emergency calls

Emergency calls can be sent from the user’s bedroom to parents or caretakers through a pager, a phone call or an already existing GSM-based communication system.

The pager has a reach of 50 metres (164 ft.) indoors depending on the building. It is suitable for private homes and smaller institutions. If greater flexibility is needed, Epi-Care 3000 can be delivered with a GSM-transmitter. This solution requires a SIM card, which will allow the Epi-Care 3000 GSM-transmitter to call a connected parent’s or caretaker’s phone if a seizure occurs.

 

 
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— Jens Jørgen Eriksen, CEO of Danish Care Technology

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Epi-Care 3000 are sold through our network of distributors.

United Kingdom: Possum Limited

Ireland: Tunstall Emergency Response

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