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Publish Date :1400/05/19 - 11:11
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Uses of save-up bracelets

These days, due to the increase in pathogens, parasites, neurological problems, etc., there is one or more people in almost every family who need care. Sometimes families act emotionally in these cases and prevent the person from doing the routine work that he / she is able to do by caring or paying too much attention.

This attention, despite helping the patient, causes it to decline in health and organ failure over time. As a result, it is necessary for the patient to be alone sometimes or to do some personal work. This will lead to their mental and physical health.


Uses of save-up bracelets

The need to use save-up bracelets

Although we said at the beginning that paying too much attention is not good for the sick person, it is also dangerous to ignore them. The patient's range, except for the disease he is suffering from, may be doubly damaged by another accident, and the lives of these people will always be more in danger than healthy people. In order to maintain moderation in patient care, it is necessary to maintain them logically and using practical equipment. One of the most practical equipment is the save-up bracelet. The save-up bracelet acts like a watch to inform those around you or the agency when necessary.

How to make a save bracelet

The save-up bracelet is fastened in the shape of a watch around the wrist of the person being watched. The material of the bracelet is made of leather or silicone and it is completely anti-allergic. This Taheri bracelet is simple but very practical. There is a button on the save bracelet that informs the person in Zamak that they need help after pressing it. According to the defined program, after pressing the button, the help message is first sent to the saved numbers. If no help is received within the required time, the emergency department will be contacted directly and the medical team will reach the patient immediately.

Application of save up bracelet

Save up bracelet has no age limit and is suitable for all people who need care, including:

  • Physically incapacitated persons
  • MS patients
  • Alzheimer's patients
  • cardiovascular patients
  • Patients with respiratory problems
  • Neurological patients
  • Elderly
  • Coronary patients
  • And...