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Medical Guardian Launches New Product Line With Fall Detection Technology
Date:7/16/2014

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) July 16, 2014

In a world with smartphones, tablets, and robotic vacuums, it’s imperative to keep up with the technological times in order to thrive. Medical Guardian is no exception. With a new line of products that offer wireless capabilities and fall detection technology, Medical Guardian’s medical alert devices are getting a makeover.

As a leader in the field of personal emergency response systems, Medical Guardian continues to innovate by introducing fall detection technology through their new FallAlert™ product line. FallAlert™ is able to automatically detect when a fall has occurred and trigger a call for help within seconds. This is especially useful in instances where people are unconscious or unable to speak due to a medical emergency.

“The overwhelming theme with our customers is continued independence and quality of life,” said Geoff Gross, CEO of Medical Guardian. “Medical Guardian is proud to launch FallAlert™, a unique medical alert device that satisfies the highest level of safety monitoring while providing continued quality of life for our seniors. This innovative device further demonstrates our commitment to the senior population and their overall safety in the home.”

According to the Centers for Disease Control, one-third of people over the age of 65 experience a fall each year. While FallAlert™ won't be able to prevent those falls from happening, it does promise to provide them with the help they need to ensure the quickest recovery possible. Whether a fall occurs due to an accident in the home, a sudden event like a heart attack or stroke, or due to a chronic illness like Multiple Sclerosis or Epilepsy, FallAlert™ promises to be there to help pick you up and keep you protected.

For more information about FallAlert™ and educational articles visit the website: http://www.FallAlert.com.

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Medical Guardian is a leading provider of Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS) and has helped provide peace of mind to thousands of older Americans and their loved ones. From the beginning, Medical Guardian’s mission has been to provide seniors with access to affordable and reliable senior alert systems. Across the country, people now enjoy a renewed sense of independence, and their loved ones have the peace of mind knowing that help is always just a push of a button away.

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