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A system that can help caregivers of elderly homes to monitor and care for dementia patients


eNightLog - Nighttime Monitoring System for Caring Elderly with Dementia

The problem of dementia is becoming more and more prominent as global ageing populations are growing fast. In nursing homes, elderly people with dementia are often restrained in bed or administered sleeping pills. The purpose of such treatment is to prevent patients from wandering, which may result in getting lost or accidents. This monitoring system, equipped with event sequence tracking and different kinds of sensing technologies, including remote vital sign sensor and non-invasive imaging device, can continually monitor the patient’s sleep and night-time activities. In case of unusual incident, the system will send an alert message to the caregiver at once, reducing the workload and increasing the efficiency of the caregiver.

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