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Elderly Fall Prevention Monitoring System

Elderly FallsPreventing Falls in Hospitals

Each year, somewhere between 700,000 and 1,000,000 people in the United States fall in the hospital. A fall may result in fractures, lacerations, or internal bleeding, leading to increased health care utilization.

It has been proven that aging changes motion patterns which destabilize the human locomotion balance mechanism. Falls due to tripping in the elderly are the result of declines in the balance control function due to aging. Therefore, based on the fall prediction information, preventive or rehabilitative measures can be taken to prevent/reduce the happening of dangerous scenarios.

Fall prevention involves managing a patient’s underlying fall risk factors and optimizing the hospital’s physical design and environment.

fall preventionOMG Patient Safety – Elderly Fall Prevention Monitoring System

OMG Solutions is specializes in all aspects of elderly fall prevention products and mobility monitoring, anti-wandering and quiet facility solutions. Fall prevention products include: bed alarms for seniors, fall prevention alarm monitors, pull-string fall monitors, weight-sensing pressure pads for bed alarm monitors or chair alarm monitors, weight-sensing floor mat pads, wheelchair seat belt fall monitors, caregiver paging systems, anti-wandering door systems and motion sensor fall monitors.

Our products are simple. By simply placing a pressure sensing pad under a resident in a bed or wheel chair seat, the caregiver can be notified silently by pager, or quietly and visually by a bright blinking light with a fall prevention monitor in a hall.

Fall prevention alarms signal family and staff members that a loved one or a patient may require assistance to get up or move such as to use the restroom. Compromised health can lead normally strong and balanced individuals to slip or tumble resulting in detrimental damage. Fitting a chair or bed with an sensor pad alarm can assure the patient and care provider (caregiver) that assistance will be available when needed.

Bed and chair bound patients are not the only ones that require fall prevention devices. Many times, simple tasks such as walking, bathing, toileting, or general transport can cause an afflicted individual to slip or tumble. Consider added protection such as non-skid socks, floor mats, and mounted hand rails to encourage safe activity.

Our fall prevention products line includes: Quiet fall prevention monitoring, wireless mobility monitoring to a caregiver pager, weight-sensing sensor pads for bed and chair fall monitors, Cordless weight-sensing floor sensor mats, injury reducing soft impact landing mats, EZ release wheelchair seat belt fall monitor systems, Anti-wandering door systems, wireless central monitoring with nurse call and paging, and much more.

Many products are designed to prevent elopement from someone with Dementia, Alzheimer’s, etc. or for a resident who is at high of falls to alert caregiver with silent passive early warning via a caregiver pager.


fall prevention products

Originally posted 2013-11-08 14:40:03.

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OMG Nurse Call Solutions

Improving Patient Satisfaction and Nurse Efficiency With OMG Nurse Call Solutions

nurses05The OMG Nurse Call Solutions are designed to meet the changing demands of  acute care hospitals, long-term nursing care facilities and senior living communities. OMG Nurse Call Solutions give your patients peace of mind by knowing that they are just a button push away from help from anywhere within the facility.

Our complete range of advanced, customized nurse call solutions can suit every requirement, whether a large multi-ward hospital, or a small nursing home, OMG has the right solution for your needs.

Why It’s Effective

  • Speeds response times to patient requests (Identify the closest caregiver)
  • Reduces noise on hospital floors
  • Improves patient satisfaction scores
  • Helps nurses eliminate wasted effort, improving satisfaction
  • Document response time
  • Automation of functionality
  • Document time spent with patients
  • Track protocol compliance
  • Facilitate staff rounding
  • Automated alerts

Originally posted 2013-10-31 00:20:40.

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A list of Childcare Centres and Kindergartens with more than 10 HFMD cases or an attack rate* greater than 13%

The following is a list of names of childcare centres and kindergartens with more than 10 HFMD cases or an attack rate* greater than 13%, and a transmission period of more than 16 days (prolonged transmission). This is to help parents be more aware of whether the centre their child is attending has prolonged HFMD transmission, and keep vigilance in watching out for HFMD symptoms in their child.
Childcare Centres and Kindergartens with active clusters of prolonged transmission

Last updated on 25 October 2013**

Name Address
Childcare Centres
LUTHERAN CHILD CARE CENTRE Blk 265 #01-32 Tampines Street 21 S(520265)
OUR JUNIORS SCHOOLHOUSE PTE LTD Blk 33 Westlake Avenue S(574244)

(Transmission period > 16 days with number of cases > 10) OR (Transmission period > 16 days with attack rate* > 13%)

To break the chain of transmission, childcare centres and kindergartens with more than 16 HFMD cases or an attack rate greater than 23%, and a transmission period of more than 24 days will be mandatorily closed for 10 days.

Childcare Centres and Kindergartens that require mandatory closure

Last updated on 25 October 2013**

Name Address Period of Closure
Childcare Centres
BEARRINGTON CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT CENTRE Blk 205A #01-39 Compassvale Lane S(541205) 23 Oct – 1 Nov 2013

(Transmission period > 24 days with number of cases > 16 ) OR  ( Transmission period > 24 days with attack rate* > 23%)

* Attack rate is calculated based on the number of HFMD cases divided by the total enrolment of the childcare centre/kindergarten

** Info will be updated every Wednesday and Friday

The Ministry would like to stress the importance of maintaining high standards of personal and environmental hygiene to minimise the risk of HFMD. Parents should ensure that their children adopt the following good practices:

  • Wash hands with soap before eating and after going to the toilet;
  • Cover mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing, and throw the tissue away into a bin immediately;
  • Do not share eating utensils.

Parents should also ensure that toys or appliances that are contaminated by nasal or oral secretions should be cleaned before they are used again.

Parents should consult a doctor early if their child has fever, mouth ulcers and rashes on the palms, soles or buttocks. Children with HFMD should remain at home until all the blisters have dried up. During this period, contact with other children should be avoided until the child recovers. The child should not be brought to any public or crowded places. Proper hygiene should also be practised at home so as to prevent transmission to other family members.

For more information on HFMD, please see the FAQs on MOH website at, or the Infection Control Guidelines for Schools and Childcare Centres. MOH also publishes a weekly bulletin on the local infectious disease situation here.


Originally posted 2013-10-29 13:56:39.

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OMG Hand Hygiene Monitoring System for Childcare

childHand, Foot & Mouth Disease (HFMD)

HFMD is a common and highly contagious viral infection and fairly common and typically affects infants and children, but may affect  immunocompromised adults as well.

HFMD typically occurs in small epidemics in nursery schools or kindergartens, usually during the summer and autumn months.

HFMD Treatment?

There is no specific treatment for the infection other than symptomatic relief of symptoms.

HFMD 01indexPrevention is better than Cure

Preventive measures for HFMD includes avoiding direct contact with infected individuals (including keeping infected children home from school), proper cleaning of shared utensils, disinfecting contaminated surfaces, and proper hand hygiene.


Hand Hygiene Compliance (Guidelines from Health Promotion Board Singapore)

Ensure the children wash their hands frequently with soap and running water, particularly at these times:

  • when they enter school
  • before and after eating
  • after play time
  • after using the toilet


Current hand hygiene compliance monitoring in nursery schools / kindergartens requires labor-intensive and often done manually raises the opportunity for human errors that can result in delay.

Solution Overview

The OMG Hand Hygiene Monitoring System provides a fully-automated application to address these challenges and eliminate the burden of manual compliance monitoring. Through automated data collection and reporting 24×7.


Easy to Implement

  • Caregivers simply wear a lightweight badge, and go about their normal hand-hygiene activities
  • No change to established washing behavior or your hospital’s hand-hygiene protocols
  • Proactive alerts to staff for potential “missed” hand-hygiene opportunities

Easy to Report

  • Provides evidence-based data to support Joint Commission reporting
  • Supports process-improvement initiatives
  • Visibility to hand-hygiene event data at all levels, from hospital to individual staff

Easy to Install

  • Cable-free installation
  • Minimal disruption to rooms and/or unit
  • Leverages existing hand sanitizer and soap dispensers


Originally posted 2013-10-29 03:08:52.

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What is Radio-frequency identification (RFID) ?

RFID In Plain English 1

RFID In Plain English 2

Originally posted 2013-10-27 01:06:59.

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Mount Sinai Medical Center is leveraging RTLS

Originally posted 2013-10-14 06:39:05.

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OMG Safety Management System

Due to limited time, disproportionate staff to child ratios, and resource constraints, many children in today’s child-care centers do not receive the best child-care services. Without constant supervision,children become exposed to potentially dangerous situations. As a result, many children become increasingly at risk for physical, developmental, and/or behavioral problems.

At present, staff is also subject to the constant manual recording of data throughout the day (e.g. attendance, meals, sign-in/sign-out, budgets, etc.). As information is tracked and recorded manually, there is ample room for human error. When errors surface, staff then have to work beyond their shifts to correct errors. This inefficient and outdated system simply compromises the time staff has to supervise and interact with children.

With the use of RFID/RTLS technology, however, these aforementioned problems are instantly solved in a cost-effective manner, without compromising the quality of child-care service.

RFID/RTLS is a type of automatic identification system whose purpose is to enable data to be transmitted by a portable device, called tag, which is read by an RFID reader and processed according to the needs of a particular application.

Each child gets registered into our computerized system, and receives a personal tag to wear in the form of a vest for the duration of the child’s stay at the child-care center. Staff is able to access all information and record any data using computer screens located throughout the classroom.

School Bus Tracking System

rfid_school_busAutomated Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and GPS-based Student Tracking System will be implemented in the school’s buses.

All the buses of schools will be equipped with RFID readers and using RFID chips embedded in their student ID

which incorporates GPS and GPRS technologies, with all the student’s particulars printed on it.

Using the technology, the parents will get a text message every time the student gets into the bus and alights while going to the school from home and when returning. Alert messages will also be sent to the school authorities.

Sign In / Sign Out

Once the child arrives at the child-care center, the child receives his/her vest. Once the child has been signed in by his/her parent or guardian, the child’s attendance is automatically registered into the database, with the time the child was signed in. From this point on until the child is signed out and removes his/her vest, the child is monitored in real time.

Each child’s tag contains information and photos of parents and guardians who are allowed to pick up each child at the end of the day. This allows staff to quickly ensure that each child is leaving the child-care center with the appropriate adult. Once the adult has signed out his/her child through the computerized system, which automatically records the sign-out time, the child then removes the vest, completing the sign out process.

Location Management by Timeline (Schedule)

After check the attendance of children, the child who needs a special care will be monitored and received proper measures in time through information provided by RFID/RTLS system.

Location Management

Each child’s location and movement will be monitored throughout the day, during both class time and free time. If a child ever steps outside the bounds of the safe zone, an alert that includes the child’s location is transmitted to staff on computer screens located throughout the classroom.

Preventing Fire

RFID/RTLS tags can detect smoke in real time and prevent fire before it generated.

Automated Meal Count System

Tags automatically record the time at which each child consumes a meal and/or snack provided by the child-care center. Our computerized system provides various charts and reports for each child and class, instantly. Managing records can also be organized by day, week, month, year, and are accessible to all staff and parents.

RFID/RTLS (RFID Real Time Location System)
Real-time locating and monitoring system prevent the negligent accidents caused by children to be left along for long time and to enter dangerous area
Fire detecting features of RFID reader, located in different areas of Child Care Center, protect child from a fire

Automated Sign-in/Out & Meal Count System
Visualized managing records increase work efficiency of teachers
Visualized charts and reports provide very best and differentiated service

Originally posted 2013-10-14 03:11:39.

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OMG Wireless Environmental (Temperature & Humidity) Monitoring System

labsHealthcare facilities have critical needs for remote monitoring of temperature fluctuations. The OMG Wireless Temperature & Humidity Monitoring System creates a cost-effective mechanism to monitor temperature, saving time and money.

  1. Provide reliable and accurate wireless temperature sensing 24/7
  2. Generate automated and detailed reports for any time period
  3. Send alerts via email/SMS when temperature goes above or below set parameters
  4. Customizable reporting rates down to a few seconds and 0.5 degrees C accuracy
  5. NIST traceable calibration available
  6. Long-lasting battery lifeLabs02

Meet compliance standards and prevent product loss with OMG Wireless Temperature & Humidity Monitoring System. Our Smarter Sensor records and tracks data remotely, eliminating the need for manual reporting. This creates an effective means to monitor environmental conditions as well as track the location of critical assets, saving healthcare facilities time and money.

Pharmacy – Ensure pharmacy products and medications are maintained and prepared under recommended storage conditions in compliance with USP797.

Blood Bank– Provide precise temperature and humidity conditions to maintain within blood banks or blood storage facilities according to AABB standards.blood_bank

Clinical Lab – Safeguard valuable reagents and time-sensitive diagnostic and test results found in laboratories.

Food Service – Achieve food safety, quality and maintain shelf life with monitoring of perishable food items based on HACCP standards.

Vaccines – Maintain vaccines under recommended storage conditions to ensure quality to CDC recommendations.

TransportationMonitor and track in-transit healthcare materials from transplant tissues and organs to other products.labs03

Hospital – Automate 24/7 monitoring of hospital equipment and air pressures in a wide range of environments wherever temperature and humidity play a critical role.

Network Closet – Offer advanced temperature monitoring solution to data centers to more effectively manage energy costs and equipment conditions.

Originally posted 2013-10-07 08:17:36.

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OMG Asset Tracking Solution

assets01Healthcare facilities have come to realize the importance of asset management and its organization-wide impact and interdependence with staff productivity, operations, asset performance and lifecycle costs. With the average rate for asset/equipment utilization at approximately 35%, asset tracking has become a viable area of improvement that can be achieved with measurable results.

Choose an Asset Tracking Solution that delivers 100% certainty to move from just asset tracking to asset management and supply chain management.

  • Enterprise visibility to asset location and status
  • Reduces time searching for equipment
  • Increases staff satisfaction
  • Automates PAR level management
  • Reduces shrinkage
  • Improves clinical workflow
  • Integrates with CMMS


Originally posted 2012-10-12 06:33:55.

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Wireless Bed Exit Alarms for Fall Prevention

Wireless Senior Alarm System for Home (Elderly Fall Prevention)

TL-2100G-in-HallwayNo noise in room! Place the Quiet Fall Monitor where you need it

Eliminate in-room noise – Senior Fall Prevention Alarm System.

Wireless Bed Exit Alarms for Fall Prevention
The “New Patented Technology” Wireless Fall Monitor can be mounted away from the residents bed ( cordless bed alarm ). Monitor can also be placed above bed which reduces alarm noise near the residents head and TamperProofs the monitor so the resident can not reset it on their own. Monitor can also be placed in the hallway which reduces in room alarm noise. It is safer because caregivers are notified by a bright blinking light and a quieter alarm in the hallway which notifies them when a resident is getting up.

Patented safety features

This is our patented cutting edge technology fall prevention monitor with patented safety features that let a caregiver know if the signal is lost or the CordLess® fall monitor is out of range. It can also be mounted outside the patient room for a quieter solution!

No cords between pads and Wireless fall monitor

Cord free quiet fall prevention monitors and sensor pads help to reduce entanglement and tripping hazzards. The cord free sensor pad gets placed under the resident. When the resident gets up and the pressure is removed from the pad, a wireless signal is sent to the monitor alarm in the hallway, alerting the caregiver.

The TL-2100G CordLess® Fall Monitor continually indicates that a signal is being received from the sensor pad and the system is in good working order. If the sensor pad signal is broken or out of range, monitor alarms and indicates signal is lost.

Works with two components at one time

Use Quiet CordLess® fall monitor with bed sensor pad; wheelchair sensor pad; pressure sensing floor mat; fall mats or motion sensor.
Monitor can work with two components at one time if desired.


  • QUIETER – Fully adjustable volume.
  • No cords between pads and monitors – reduce tripping hazards and eliminates broken or tangled pad cords.
  • Patented Pad Signal Lost notification – alerts caregiver if connection between sensor pad and monitor becomes disconnected.
  • Optional Setting: Caregiver with key can reset the monitor with Patented, Caregiver Key™ which Tamperproofs monitor.
  • No Unsafe Off switch: Caregiver can’t forget to to turn monitor back on
  • Auto-Reset when pressure is re-applied to pad.
  • Raised Visual Status light enabling caregiver to see alarm from a distance.
  • Battery operated (3-AA not included) or optional AC adapter (AC-05).
  • Low Battery notification.
  • Monitor Not in Use notification.
  • Nurse call capability – Plugs into existing nurse call system.
  • Multiple alarm tones.
  • Protective Boot.
  • Works with CordLess® bed or chair sensor pads, CordLess® floor mats, and Infrared Motion Sensor PIR-01.

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Originally posted 2015-07-01 08:05:07.

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