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Medical Nurse Training, Inc and SaferFalls.com Announce New Products/Technologies to Save Lives in Healthcare Facilities and for Senior Home Care.
Date:1/26/2010

Medical Nurse Training, Inc and SaferFalls.com Announce New Products and Technologies to Save Lives in Healthcare Facilities and for Senior Care at Home.

(PRWEB) January 26, 2010 -- New inexpensive technologies by Safer Falls.com significantly reduce the risk of falls and protect against the effect of falls particularly in the population now approaching 60 and above. New personal use technologies that are relatively unknown to some in the medical field, and more often the public can easily eliminate these preventable injuries and deaths. The National Center for Patient Safety recently recommended the use of these new approaches to be used in treating patients whom are at high risk.

Patrick Devaney, Founder of Medical Nurse Training, Inc; discusses the necessity of such products when dealing with an elderly person who is at risk for falls in Long Term Care Facilities or in-home. “Many people who try to convalesce at home from hip fractures and head injuries don’t fully recover. There are some new affordable devices that can prevent these injuries from ever occurring.” Mr. Devaney goes on about how each device can be necessary for care and each individual’s unique situation in the accompanying video.
      
Medical Nurse Training, Inc. provides the latest on-line training to Doctors and Nurses on fall prevention and protection. This includes in-house education on devices that will reduce injury from falls and related deaths and on-line education for those concerned about falls at home.

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