To better accompany the elderly after a bed exit in medical institutions
Fall is the leading cause of accidental death for the elderly. One in three falls by age 65 and one in two above 75. The fear of falling limits the activity. After the first fall, the risk of recurrence is multiplied by 20. The longer the waiting time on the ground, the worse the consequences of the fall. Decreasing the risk of falling is a necessity.
At the same time, older people need to maintain autonomy and mobility to prevent early deterioration of their health. Encouraging travel without the fear of falling is a priority.
Today, nurses, especially at night, do not have any information on risky situations inside the room. A disoriented resident who is out of bed or who has fallen will only be discovered during a visit by caregivers.
Kaspard responds to this triple challenge: it allows nursing staff to better accompany elderly people in their bed exits.
To reduce the risks of falling
- For confused people
- With fall history
- willing to walk
To promote mobility
- To allow autonomy
- To support movements
- To preserve health status
To have information
- No continuous information
- No warning in case of problem
- No activity reports
Kaspard gives the alert in case of a bed exit, of a fall or of not returning to bed within a certain time. The nursing staff has continuous information and can intervene quickly to assist the resident when necessary. Each resident has a different risk profile and mobility potential.
Kaspard makes it possible to take into account these differences and sends the alerts according to predefined scenarios. This new system is a help for caregivers who can remain serene and vigilant throughout the night.
A 15 cm sensor is attached to the wall, opposite the bed.
It detects the resident’s risk-related movement and warns the nursing staff directly.
The staff receive clear information by means of pictograms and colour codes.
Getting out of bed, falls or away for too long ?
Activity reports are issued automatically at the end of each night ensuring continuous information.
A comprehensive solution. Easy. Inconspicuous. Contactless.
KASPARD has many advantages for both the resident and the medical team.
Placed at a height on the wall, KASPARD does not take up any space and requires no handling.
It is a distance sensor that detects the movement in the room thanks to its unique algorithm. It also totally respects privacy as there are no images. It is activated automatically without any human intervention. Even updates are carried out remotely. Furthermore, the distance sensor operates without any contact, or emission, taking into consideration each resident’s profile. The solution means it is not necessar y to use restraints and respects the residents’ privacy. Setting up resident profiles is easy.
Kaspard is a non-intrusive system that provides more security to residents while respecting their privacy. The depth sensor neither shows nor records any image of the resident.
For the nursing staff, this system allows to better accompany the resident, to increase the follow-up and the vigilance, without disturbing the resident. Nursing homes can offer more secure rooms adapted to each resident's risk profile.
Finally, Kaspard is an asset for families who are better informed and reassured.
- No contact
- No emission
- Discreet – on the wall
- Adapted to each need
- Respects privacy
- To avoid restraint
Mainly at night
- Impossible to be present in each room
- Continuous information
- To be informed of a risky situation
- Integrated information in the local system
- Easy to use
A service +
- Better secured rooms
- Reassured families
- Objective data
- The knowledge of activities in the rooms
- Easily movable
- One support per room to attach the device
- Usable with your personal alarm systempersonal alarm system
- Possible link with the patient file
- Patients easy to install
- Easy to operate
- Easy to move
The Nursing houses trusting us
Our Hospital references, partners in development
They use it
What they like
- Full solution
- Easy to use
- Contactless and discreet
- Reports available
- User oriented
Simon De Baets
« KASPARD’s aim is to improve the quality of treatment to elderly people by making it possible for staff to take action in time and have peace of mind regarding their night-time activity»