RF Technologies Brings Innovation to Leading Rehabilitation Nurse Trade Show

BROOKFIELD, WI -- RF Technologies, provider of RFID healthcare safety and security solutions, showcases its latest reusable range of Sensatec Fall Management products and solutions for the first time at the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses (ARN) 40th Annual Educational Conference from Oct. 29 – Nov. 1, 2014

Sensatec is the leading fall management solution that is widely used in senior living communities, hospitals and rehabilitation facilities for added safety. It includes sensor pads connected to Sensatec alarm units that trigger alerts to staff in occasions where a high-fall-risk patient or resident tries to get up without assistance. This ensures assistance is provided in a timely manner which is critical in preventing falls.

This new range of products is an addition to the existing innovative and comprehensive list of products from Sensatec Fall Management Solution:

• Bed Sensors
• Chair Sensors
• Toilet Seat Sensors
• Seat Belt Sensors
• Floor Sensor Mats

"We are thrilled to introduce this new range of durable, waterproof and reusable products to the market which we believe will be the trend-setter in the Fall Management Industry," said Evelyn Ong, VP of Channel Sales & Marketing, Sensatec. "This is something that has been requested for a long time by our customers. We heeded their feedback seriously and are excited to offer products and solutions that are truly demanded in the market."

Visitors to their booth are eligible for an exclusive offer that includes a free ST750 alarm for any purchase of a 3-pack of reusable pads. Visitors are also welcomed to enter a drawing to win a Coach handbag. Details of the promotion and giveaway will be available at their booth.

Learn more at:
http://www.rft.com
http://www.rehabnurse.org/education/2014Conf/index-welcome-2014.html

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