How to use the e-pill CADEX in Diabetes Education
Diabetes Educator: CADEX Alarm Watch with up to 12 Daily Alarms and Digital SOS ALERT
What does the the e-pill CADEX 12 Alarm Watch with Digital SOS ALERT offer your patients. Learn about the award winning e-pill CADEX 12 Alarm Watch:
The most important feature / benefit for your DIABETES patient is the "medical snooze". When medications have benn taken or glucose meter has been read (or any other task has been completed, the patient tells the e-pill CADEX watch by pressing a button that she/he has completed the task (= give responsibility to the patient).
The e-pill CADEX will remind the patient with an ALARM (every three minutes) and a Scrolling TEXT message (any message you want up to 36 letters long) until your patient has completed the task (complied with the text message). This "nagging" will continue for up to 4 hours for each alarm.
Alarm goes off at 3:30 PM every day.
TEXT message appears ("INSULIN").
Initial alarm is sounded (60 seconds long - can be turned off by pressing FORWARD button).
Reminder 'beep-beep' every THREE (3) MINUTES while TEXT message scrolls across the face of the watch (like in Times Square).
Diabetes patient finally does notice and administers his/her insulin. AFTER injection tells the e-p-ill CADEX that she/he has completed the task by pressing a button on the watch.
TEXT message disappears (and day of week and date returns) and ALARM reminder 'beep-beep' stops.
You have up to 12 daily tasks that can be programmed in your e-pill CADEX. Suggested retail price is $139.95 On SALE Now.
Many different versions of the e-pill CADEX watch are available including one for the Back Pack.
We have now sold over 50,000 CADEX watches. This is what GOOD HOUSEKEEPING says about this e-pill device:
- 12 ALARM Daily Medication Reminder. 60 Second Alarm + Optional Text Message (up to 36 characters). No alarm reset required.
- LONG ALARM DURATION up to 4 hours.
- MEDICAL SNOOZE. Reminder beep every three (3) minutes until all medications have been taken.
- "AWAY from HOME" MEDICAL ALERT ID. May speak for you in an emergency when you are unable to speak for yourself.
- Recommended by Good Housekeeping;
“Easy to program”
“The face even notes the name of each pill to take”
“Can help you delay or avoid hiring personal caregivers”
Consider the value of the e-pill Multi-Alarm TimeCap in helping you, or your patients or your parents to take medications as prescribed.
If you've been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, you should spend time with a diabetes educator. These are doctors, nurses, dietitians, or other health professionals who have undergone special training to become a certified diabetes educator. (Look for the initials CDE after their name. Each state has its own certification.)
Did you know: More Americans die each year from noncompliance than from AIDS and Car Accidents combined.