A. The PulseGuard sensor is worn during sleep. It measures the heart rate levels for specific changes. It then sends this information via Bluetooth to the PulseGuard software where it will then alert when a problem is detected.
A. PulseGuard is available for purchase on our website for UK customers only, www.PulseGuard.org/shop
Overseas customers please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote.
A. Yes, please contact email@example.com for a quote.
A. PulseGuard alerts you to a sudden rise or fall in heart rate whilst you are sleeping. Should you experience a rise or fall in heart rate which exceeds the configured parameters, this may indicate a seizure or other health condition.
A. It is always best to consult with your doctor. This information is generally discovered through an EEG.
A. PulseGuard will set off an alarm if the heart rate drops below the lowest parameter that it has been set at.
A. Yes, Mk-II PulseGuard customers are covered for the length of there contract.
A. We recommend the sensor be worn either on an arm or an ankle, it will work anywhere on the body as long as there is good skin contact. We do recommend that it is best worn on the ankle just behind the anklebone on a child so that there is no temptation to play with the sensor. Once covered in bed children tend to forget it is there.
A. Depending on which sensor you are using, the original sensor distributed with the Mk-I PulseGuard had a battery life of up to 10 hours. The Mk-II Sensor has a battery life of up to 16 hours when fully charged.
A. Yes, the sensor is waterproof however the PulseGuard Tablet and other accessories are not.
A. PulseGuard can be used from as young as 6 months, however the main constraint is the strap length, if you are in doubt, then please contact the sales team on (+44) 01622 321111.
A. There is no maximum age.