You take care of people,
and want to be attentive to everyone.



Everyday, more and more people need care. The rising pressure makes it difficult to give all your patients the attention and care you want. 

Since you cannot be with everyone at the same time, a few extra eyes and ears are welcome to tackle the busiest of days. We are happy to help you with that. 

You are not standing at someone's bed for 8 hours, so you don’t really know when a patient needs repositioning

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Discover how the BedSense works



BedSense

for pressure ulcer prevention 
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Almost half of the people in hospitals and nursing homes are at risk of pressure ulcers.

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Decubitus is extremely painful for the patient. Pressure ulcers heal slowly and sometimes it does not heal at all.

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Taking care of decubitus wounds is intensive work. Preventing them is therefore important for the patient and for the caregiver.

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Sensors that monitor the patient's posture can reduce the risk of developing a pressure ulcer by 88%. [3]

How the BedSense can help you

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Insight into the movement of the patient.

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Memory support for prevention.

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Strengthens the patient-repositioning routine.

The bed sensor provides continuous patient monitoring and reduces the hassle of administering when you have repositioned the patient.

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Take the first step towards your pressure ulcer prevention plan

[1.] R. Halfens et al. (2015), “Landelijke Prevalentiemeting Zorgproblemen, Rapportage 2015.”

[2.] Severens et al. (2002), “The cost of illness of pressure ulcers in The Netherlands.”

[3.] Voz et al. (2011), “Efficacy of Monitoring Devices in Support of Prevention of Pressure Injuries: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.”