Philips debuts device to help seniors when they fall

01/10/2013 | MedGadget.com · Computeractive (U.K.)

Philips has introduced a device, worn on a lanyard around the neck, that can be used to alert emergency responders in case of falls and trips among elderly patients. The device, called the Lifeline GoSafe, comes with built-in cellular connectivity that can be activated at the push of a button and integrated sensors that can call for emergency aid automatically when someone falls.

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