Cuddles Infant Protection System

Protecting newborn patients from the threat of abduction has become a high priority in all well run hospitals and birthing centers. Providing high quality infant protection in a hospital environment is easier and more affordable than ever with Cuddles Infant Protection system from Accutech. Cuddles is an (RFID) electronic security system designed specifically to maintain the safety of infants in obstetric and pediatric departments. A small, tamper-proof infant protection tag…

Reblog: 7 Ways Cuddles Stands Above The Rest

From the moment their baby is born, parents rely on you to keep their infants safe and secure. Unfortunately, infant abduction is still a very real threat which makes your choice of infant protection system of utmost importance. Protecting newborn patients is a high priority and choosing the right system to guarantee their protection is as well. Here are seven ways that the Cuddles infant protection system stands apart from…

Reblog: Cuddles Leads the Industry with Safeguards Against Electromagnetic Interference

Hospital maternity wards and birthing centers must address the potential threat of abduction with security measures that track and protect their newborn patients. To safeguard against this threat, facilities deploy security systems designed specifically to maintain safety of infants in obstetric and pediatric departments using radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. With a transmitter chip attached to the infant and sensors placed near exit points, an alarm is triggered if an…

Reblog: Protect Your Hospital From Lurking Predators

The maternity ward in a hospital is a place full of joy and love, where parents spend their first moments and days with their newborn. Unfortunately, hospitals must also be aware of potential danger lurking. Newborn babies are susceptible to kidnapping, especially if the facility doesn’t have the proper precautions in place. In the news just this month was a story of a mother who kidnapped an infant from a…

Reblog: Cuddles Infant Protection System Will Allow You to Stop Managing a System & Start Managing Your Patients.

Nurses who specialize in caring for new mothers and infants share in tremendous joy, wonder and gratitude as well as anxiety and grief as a regular part of their workday. They are engaged and committed to providing extraordinary patient care both in terms of clinical outcomes and human compassion. Neonatal nursing staff meet the rigors and responsibilities of patient care in a modern hospital setting while offering guidance, perspective and…

Reblog: The Importance of Having a Reliable Wander Management System

Whether in a hospital or long-term care facility, it is vital to protect residents with Alzheimer’s or dementia from wandering into restricted areas or outside. This blog will explore the top reasons that a reliable wander management system is a must for any facility with residents at-risk for wandering. Keep residents safe (and families at ease) Of course, the most important reason to have an excellent wander management system is…

Reblog: Preventing Elopement

New technology provides better anti-wandering solutions for caregivers One of the most challenging, life-threatening issues related to the care of a person with cognitive loss is the occurrence of wandering, wherein an individual strays into unsafe territories and may be harmed. The most dangerous form of wandering is elopement, which occurs when a confused person leaves an area and does not return. The risk of wandering is a growing concern…

Infant abduction – Right here in Thane!

Bringing a baby into the world is a joyous event. But the threat of infant abduction is still a very real one. A report by The Times of India found that a newborn boy was abducted from Thane Civil Hospital around 3 am on Sunday, January 14, 2018 barely four hours after his birth. Deputy commissioner of police D Swami said that CCTV cameras had captured the child-lifter—a woman in…

Reblog: What To Know About Wander Management

Wander management systems have been in use for the past 25 years, ensuring the safety of Alzheimer’s and dementia residents of nursing homes, assisted living facilities and adult day care centers. And like other brand names that have become synonymous with their product, the term Wander Guard has become the generic name for this type of technology. However there are many products on the market and while they all work…

Reblog: Successful Infant Abduction Demonstrates Danger of “Alarm Fatigue”

A father exited the maternity a Medical Center with his 2-day old infant wrapped in blankets inside a duffel bag to avoid a visit by child welfare workers. An investigative report by 3TV Phoenix including security camera footage shows hospital staff twice clearing alarms triggered by the security bracelet worn by the infant while the father tried to exit a locked emergency door. After triggering a 3rd alarm, he was…