The nurse call system BM 5500 is used in hospitals, care homes and other healthcare facilities. It is designed to call the service staff from each room.
The system BM 5500 improves the quality of the health care for patients and also facilitates the staff in its work. BM 5500 fully meets the requirements of the current standards of care in hospitals and other healthcare facilities. The system is modular and it can be supplemented with additional modules at any time.
The installation has 4-wire bus and parallel connection of the modules. The devices are addressable and conduct digital communication with each other.
The nurse station is a desk unit with LCD display, keypad and functional buttons. It is also available with built-in speaker unit.
When there is an incoming call from patient, the nurse station unit displays the room number and the bed number from which an outgoing call has been made.
Last 1000 received calls are recorded and stored in the unit memory in order of their arrival.
The bed call button is used by the patient to send a call from the bed to the nurse station.
The patient can initiate a call simply by pulling the cord of the button, whereupon a signal will be sent to the nurse station.
The button has a light indicator. In standby mode the indicator lights in green.
After the button has been activated, the indicator starts flashing in red.
By incoming calls and during conversation the red light is steady.
After the call has been ended the device returns to standby mode and the light turns green again.
The room signal light is installed above the door of each room in the hallway.
It has a light indicator. In standby mode the light indicator is in green.
When one or more bed call buttons in the room are activated, the indicator starts flashing in red.
That is to alert the staff that in this room a bed call button has been activated.
After an incoming call from the nurse has been received the device returns to standby mode and the light turns green again.
The intercom adapter for the bed call button is installed next to the bed call button.
It has a speaker unit with light indicator for hands-free conversation between the patient and the nurse.
A call can be initiated by the patient, as well as by the nurse.
During a call the device indicator lights in red.
After ending the call from nurse station, or within 60 seconds, the device turns off automatically.
The reset button is installed in the patient’s room near the door and is used by the nurse to deactivate the call.
The call ca be reset by pulling the cord of the button.
The reset button has a light indicator. In standby mode the indicator lights in green.
When one or more bed call buttons in a room are activated the light indicator of the reset button starts flashing in red.
After receiving a call from the nurse, the reset button returns to standby mode and the light turns green again.
The additional indicator serves as a second alert sound apart from the sound of the nurse station.
It is installed in places where it can be heard from the staff: in the hallway or in the staff room etc.
The device has both sound and light indication.
Upon activation, the device flashes in red and there is a beep sound.
The additional indicator can be placed in “silent mode” when pulling its cord.
In silent mode the sound is off, which is indicated by the light flashing in green.
In normal mode the sound is turned on and the indicator lights steady in green.