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Extra Wide Tall-Ette Elevated Toilet Seat (with or without Legs)
Stander EZ Adjustable Bed Rail with Padded Pouch
Drive Exercise Peddler
Omron 10 Series Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor
Rodger Wireless Bedwetting Alarm System
Medihoney Manuka Hydrocolloid Wound Fill Paste - 1.5oz Tube
Drive Adjustable Seat Height Rollator
Omron Micro-Air Electronic Nebulizer System NE-U22V1
Stander BedCane and Organizer Pouch
The Malem Wireless Bedwetting System makes it simple to be alerted when wetting occurs. At bedtime, your child attaches the Easy-Clip sensor to the outside of his/her close-fitting underwear. This sensor is connected to the 1.5" transmitter that magnetically attaches to the waistband. The small (3" x 3" x .75") battery-operated wireless receiver can be placed on a bedside table, dresser, or up to 50 ft. from the child's bed.
Users can choose to have 8 random sounds or one of 8 sounds to play each night when the alarm is triggered. When the alarm goes off, it will continue to sound until the reset button is pushed. This helps ensure that you and your child wake up to the alarm, and your child gets out of bed to turn it off. A volume control dial on the receiver allows the user to control the level of sound.
In addition to using as a bedwetting treatment, this alarm can be used to let caregivers know when an incontinent individual needs to be changed or use the bathroom. Simply place the receiver in the caregiver's room so that when wetness occurs, the caregiver can be alerted.
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My son has been in pull-ups at night since he was successfully potty-trained 100% at 4yrs. during the day. He is an extremely sound sleeper. I tried everything prior to this alarm==setting my alarm to wake him up several times during the night, sleeping outside his room, making sure he didn't have liquids after dinner, etc. Nothing else worked & I didn't want to have to resort to medication. He was disappointed in himself and was unable to attend any sleepovers. I mentioned this situation at the last 3 well-checks with his pediatrician, at which time all the above was recommended. Finally, the literature on this alarm was given. I guess we hit the magic number with his age. This alarm worked night one and by night 3 he was independently getting the alarm re-set after waking to go. By night 8 he was only getting up once to go and was dry in the morning. This alarm allows for minimal laundry and gives the child confidence! It also allows me to continue to sleep knowing he's got it. We think in the next few nights, he may not need it! He's finally feeling the sensation during the night which he could never wake enough to notice. Yay Malem!