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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 10/2005) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Emergency alert system. Lightweight water resistant activator pendant worn on neck, kept in pocket or worn on belt. When activator pressed, signal sent to transceiver which establishes two-way voice contact with American Medical Alert Company's Center. Clients medical history displayed on computer at center. Center operator talks to patient, summons help. Voice to voice activation.

Notes: Contact manufacturer for unit price; $30 per month monitoring fee and $75 installation charges apply.

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This product record was updated on April 19, 2004.

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American Medical Alert Corporation

3265 Lawson Boulevard
Oceanside, New York 11572
United States
Telephone: 800-286-2622.
Fax: 516-536-5276.
Web: http://www.amacalert.com.
Email: info@amac.com.


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