Exercisers, Computer-Aided Training
Definition : Exercisers designed to assess and train patients. These exercisers usually consist of a computerized unit that monitors, measures, analyzes, and gives real-time feedback on user's performance (e.g., speed, strength, range of motion) during test or exercise modes, adjusts the pattern of the exercise programs (e.g., temporal sequence, force load, velocity, range of motion) in real time and a monitor that displays visual biofeedback that users can see and use to adjust their motions according to the exercise. The exercisers may include dedicated devices (e.g., force platform, weight lifting units). Computer-aided training exercisers are intended for programmed exercises, training, physical therapy, and rehabilitation.
Entry Terms : "Computer-Aided Training Exercisers" , "Active Exercisers" , "Computerized Exercise Systems"
UMDC code : 24763