04.12.03 Movement splints (arm splints, leg splints, shoulder splints etc.)
Movement splints (arm splints, leg splints, shoulder splints etc.)
Product category: Rehabilitation equipment and devices
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Fisiotek 3000 E model uses flexion-extension movement to allow mobilisation of the knee and hip. The movement of the device is based on the correct adjustment of the length of the patient’s femur, which is necessary for the positioning of the limb. The device is light-weight, only 9.5 kg, to ensure the greatest manoeuvrability during use. Limbs with a length relative to the patient’s femur from 32 cm to 49 cm can be rehabilitated. The device can be programmed by means of: ◾ The control console; ◾ The hand-held programmable keypad;
Both units display new self-explanatory graphic symbols that provide clear images to make use easy and intuitive. The programmable features make it possible to meet different rehabilitation needs through means of customised and therefore more effective control.
Hand-held programmable keypad: the hand-held programmable keypad has been designed to empower the patient to actively participate in rehabilitation therapy (when possible). The keypad unit contains all the programming keys for the device, as well as START & STOP buttons for movement control.
Control console: the control console is used to program the functions of the Fisiotek device. The information display provides extremely sharp graphic symbol images that are clear and easy to understand to make use intuitive.
Remote-controlled START & STOP: the patient can use the Start & Stop buttons to fully control movement of the device.
Power supply: 85 ÷ 260V ~ 50 ÷ 60 Hz Electrical safety: Class I B Standard EN 60601-1 Electromagnetic compatibility: Group 1 Class B Standard EN 60601-1-2 Classification according to Dir. EEC 93/42: Class IIa Weight: Kg. 9,5
Programmable functions ◾ Flexion-extension knee movement range from -10° to 120° ◾ Hip movement range from 7° to 115° ◾ Speed ◾ Force ◾ Working time ◾ Pause in flexion ◾ Warm-up (menù’s page) ◾ Repetitions to extension limit ◾ Repetitions to flexion limit
Foot support: the foot support can be adjusted to allow more comfortable positioning of the patient’s ankle.
Since 1980 Rimec have been manufacturing advanced Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) devices for passive rehabilitation of lower and upper limbs. Reliability and competence made Rimec the sole Italian leader producer for passive rehabilitation’s field. The company can boast a capillary presence in the worldwide market and an excellent know-how, result of a long experience and continue technology breakthroughs.
Rimec concept of passive rehabilitation is represented by high technology devices which “come near” to the patient. Confirming his reputation as manufacturer of top quality medical equipment, Rimec introduces on the market the “FISIOTEK 3000” series, a new line of no. 5 C.P.M. which thanks to innovative programming software allow a greatest flexibility and personalization of rehabilitation therapy.
On 2014, Rimec enriches the series of C.P.M devices for upper limbs, launching Fisiotek LT-G and Fisiotek LT-P, respectively conceived for elbow and wrist passive mobilization.