Chair Patient Alarm
A chair patient alarm is usually used by clinicians to monitor their patients. The chair will be the object on which the patient sits, and once it is activated, it will sound an alarm when the patient lifts themselves out of the chair. This helps monitor patients with important conditions such as diabetes or heart disease.
The back scratcher is a tool that is used to scratch the itch of the back. The skin on the back can feel itchy due to it being in close proximity to the air. Alternately, an individual may have pressure sores which are caused by neglect while they are unable to move or reach behind themselves. The use of a back scratcher alleviates these problems while also providing some relaxation for the individual.
Saline is a type of salt that is composed of sodium and chloride ions, and is typically used to hydrate the patient's body. Sodium ions are divalent cations that are key participants in chemical reactions.
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