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up to

1,000,000

HOSPITAL PATIENTS
FALL EACH YEAR¹

up to

30%

OF THOSE FALLS
RESULT IN AN INJURY¹

hospitals pay

$27,000

ON AVERAGE FOR A FALL
WITH A SERIOUS INJURY²

FALL MANAGEMENT PRODUCTS

Nowhere are falls taken more seriously than in hospitals and nursing homes. And Curbell Medical feels just as strongly about the need to reduce these potentially damaging accidents. Our product line is a critical part of modern fall management systems, working to minimize the amount of unassisted exits and patient falls, notifying caregivers when one is in danger of occurring.

By providing an added layer of protection, these intuitive, easy-to-use products provide peace of mind to caregivers and patients, while controlling costs in the process. From bed and chair monitoring systems to personal alarms, floor sensors, and motion sensors, Curbell is here to provide continuous, dependable, high-quality support.

FALL MANAGEMENT EDUCATION

Learn more about fall management issues with our series of webinars, white papers, and and articles from industry experts.

FALL MANAGEMENT MONITORS

From cordless monitors that can be connected to two pads simultaneously to simple pull-cord alarms, we have a solution for all of your patients.

CORDLESS SENSOR PADS

Cordless pads eliminate cord tripping hazards and cord damage — the primary cause of false and failed alarms, and replacement/repair costs.

CORDED SENSOR PADS

Corded pads are a good choice when you need a simple sensor for your monitor. The breakaway cable allows connectors to separate under strain to minimize cord and monitor damage.

FLOOR SENSORS

Floor mats can be placed near beds, chairs, and doorways to alert staff if a patient attempts to stand or walk. A floor cushion sensor provides a softer surface that helps reduce the impact of a fall.

MOTION SENSOR

From cordless monitors that can be connected to two pads simultaneously to simple pull-cord alarms, we have a solution for all of your patients.

SEATBELT AND TOILET SEATS SENSORS

These sensors give your staff notification to potential falls involving wheelchairs and toilets.

CALL CORDS

Our call cords are designed to meet your facility’s wiring requirements, and are safe for use in oxygen-enriched environments.

Contact us today for more information

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1 Currie LM. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; 2008 Preventing Falls and Fall-Related  Injuries in Hospitals, David Oliver, MD, FRCPa,*, Frances Healey, RN, BScb, Terry P. Haines, B. Physiotherapy Hons, Grad. Cert. Health Economics, PhDc

2 Wu S, Keeler, et al. A cost-effectiveness analysis of a proposed national falls prevention program. Clin Geriatr Med. 2010; 26:751–766.