Critical Alert’s Nurse Call hardware devices are designed to be intuitive and easy to use for patients and staff alike. Our thin-client approach to hardware engineering and manufacturing yield highly dependable and easily serviceable (hot-swappable) devices that enable our hospital & healthcare clients to achieve long-term reliability & supportability while sustaining a lower overall total cost of ownership (TCO).
Homerun configuration provides more reliability! If one room goes down, ONLY one room goes down instead of everything downstream from the failure. Homerun config also allows for LOWER total cost of installation from avoidance of schedule slippage. Because we can configure asynchronously, we do not require contiguous floors to be available to our deployment teams on a given day of install.
The interactive TV Remote Pillow Speaker has a speaker, buttons for nurse call, TV controls, menu navigation arrows, Pain, Beep, Drink & Toilet, as well as lighting control switches. Available with an eight foot cord plus a one foot breakaway section
Provides visual signaling of calls, codes, alarms & zones in corridors & other locations. Can be equipped with up to 6 LEDs offering a wide variety of uses. Available in a tamper-proof form factor for Behavioral Health and correctional settings
The CAT allows a unit-based or centralized operator to view rooms within a unit or across the enterprise along with pertinent data (name, room number, etc. from ADT). Users can open a voice call, triage patient requests and notify care team members
Provides 2-way full duplex digital voice communication & call signaling - Equipped with Call/Cancel/Staff Emergency push buttons, RJ-45 call jacks, duty station chimes, IVAC input & LEDs
Provides 2-way voice communication & call signaling for use anywhere audio communication is needed - Equipped with Call/Cancel/Staff Emergency switches & duty station chimes
This class of hardware switches enunciate Staff Assist, Emergency, Code Pink/Blue & Bath Assist calls - Can be standalone or work with Patient Stations
Remote Monitor Receptacles provide a connections for input of remote monitoring devices. Commonly connected medical devices would include infusion pumps (IV), ventilators, heart monitors, etc.
Direct-to-Caregiver (DTC) Stinks!!