Panic Button

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A silent remote alarm used to alert security personnel located at a distance of the need for help in managing a violent patient
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2 Docherty isn't pressing the panic button though as Derek McInnes's men have faced a tough run of opening fixtures.
Aldridge said: "It's been a disappointing start but this is no time for pressing the panic button.
STEVE GIBSON isn't renowned for pressing the panic button - he's sacked only one manager in 14 years at the helm at Middles brough.
STAND-IN Scotland skipper Fraser Watts insists he won't be pressing the panic button - even if the Saltires suffer another FP Trophy pounding at Derbyshire today.
HEATHER STANNING insists she isn't pressing the panic button after almost losing her five-year unbeaten streak with Helen Glover.
Today I'll be pressing the panic button if Jo-Wilfried Tsonga fails to win a set against Andy Murray.
Bury's surprise midweek win against Cardiff consigned the Dragons to the foot of the Second Division table but Racecourse manager Denis Smith is not pressing the panic button just yet.
IAN Baraclough insists Sligo aren't pressing the panic button - and still have their sights firmly on defending their league title.