Paging System

Office buildings, commercial establishments, stadiums, the-aters, train stations, airports, theme parks, schools and hos-pitals are just a few verticals that benefit from paging sys-tem.

Paging System is a public ad-dress, or loudspeaker system used to make announcements and notify or summon people. In large buildings, paging systems commonly are divided into a number of zones, or coverage areas. Key telephone systems (KTSs) commonly feature voice-over paging, which allows an authorized user to page through the intercom system, which works through the speakers built into the telephone sets.

Different types o Speakers:

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Nurse Call is the newest addition to the array of tech solutions that Circuit Solutions Inc. (CSI) provide to hospitals. The
BULACAN MEDICAL MIS-SION GROUP HEALTH SER-VICES COOPERATIVE (BMMG) is among the first to benefit from this technol-ogy. Wall-mounted inter-com stations are designed for hands-free operation, en-abling hospital staff to quick-ly and efficiently communi-cate with patients.
A nurse call button is a button found around a hospital bed that allows patients to alert a nurse or other health care staff member remotely of their need for help. When the button is pressed, a signal alerts staff at the nurse's station, and usu-ally, a nurse or nurse assis-tant responds to such a call. Some systems also allow the patient to speak directly to the staffer; others simply beep or buzz at the station, requiring a staffer to actually visit the pa-tient's room to determine the patient's needs.

The call button provides the following benefits to patients:

  • Enables a patient who is confined to bed and has no other way of communi-cating with staff to alert a nurse of the need for any type of assistance
  • Enables a patient who is able to get out of bed, but for whom this may be haz-ardous, exhausting, or oth-erwise difficult to alert a nurse of the need for any type of assistance
  • Provides the patient an in-creased sense of security

The call button can also be used by a health care staff member already with the pa-tient to call for another when such assistance is needed, or by visitors to call for help on be-half of the patient.
(Source: Wikipedia.com)