Newly Launched Medication Dispenser Holds More Than Pills

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ASA Offers Easy-to-Use Device for Persons with Complicated Med Routines

Dispense A Pill

Automated Security Alert; delivering medicine on time, all the time

Managing a complicated medication schedule can be a challenge for anyone without a medical background, but The Dispense-A-Pill l system offered by Automated Security Alert is an option to make a daunting task a very simple one. The Pittsburgh-based health care company is announcing an advanced option that not only delivers pills on a pre-programmed schedule, but medications that don’t come in a pill form such as topical creams and ointments, liquids, eye drops, inhalers, and insulin injections. The system also offers an “as needed” option for medications as well. The Dispense-a-Pill system is childproof and has battery backup in the event of a power failure.

The programmable system allows a caregiver to fill the machine, which is password protected. The Dispense-a-Pill has a digital touch screen display and offers the option of personalized digitally recorded messages to alert the client to take their medications. The device issues only the needed medications by the push of a button, allowing the dose to be accessible to client but to remain out of site to children and pets. Automated Security Alert monitors the Dispense-a-Pill system so that if a dose is missed, caregivers are alerted. Depending on the number of medications that a patient requires, the unit can store up to ninety days worth of medication between refills.    

For nearly twenty-five years Automated Security Alert, Inc. has been providing medical products and telehealth services to help individuals remain independent. The company also offers solutions for family members to help care for aging, injured, and ill loved ones in their own homes. The company uses the newest technology and matchless customer service to achieve their mission of the giving their clients the best options for an independent lifestyle.
For further information, please contact Matthew Couillard at 1.800.338.7114.

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