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Can I Still Get Help Now if I’m Unconscious?

by Jeff Miller

in Emergency Button,Get Help Now,Medical Alarm Issues,Medical Pendants

Recently, a man asked me if he can still get help now even if he is unable to press the emergency button on his medical pendant. He said he is prone to fainting/dizzy spells and is concerned.

Senior Safety can do a lot, but we cannot help someone if he/she doesn’t press the emergency button. This is how we know an emergency is occurring. If you even think you may faint or become unconscious, you can’t press that button too soon. That’s why you wear it on your body, so it can always be with you. The moment you feel that you are in danger, please press your medical pendant. Best case scenario, it turns out to be a false alarm. We would always rather be safe than sorry.

Angela

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