The Pharm Alarm signals patients when to take their pills. It works like this.
Patients or caregivers set the alarm on the bottle's cap. When the alarm goes off, the only way patients can turn it off is to remove the cap -- the first step in taking that pill. Then, the alarm automatically resets itself when you put the cap back on.
It's not cheap. Pharm Alarm costs about $50, but it might be worth it if you or someone you know has trouble remembering when to take important medication.
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