CADEX for the Diabetes Educator
The e-pill CADEX offers your patients / about the award winning e-pill CADEX 12 Alarm Watch: Try this YouTube VIDEO: CADEX Alarm Watch VIDEO to see how CADEX works.
The most important feature / benefit for you DIABETES patient is the "medical snooze"; When a task is 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 instructional TEXT message (any message you create up to 36 characters long) until the adult/ child has completed the task or complied with the TEXT Message. This "nagging" will continue for up to 4 hours. 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”
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.)