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Exercisers, Computed-Aided Training, Neurologic Rehabilitation

Definition : Computer-aided training exercisers designed to assess and train a patient during neurologic rehabilitation. These exercisers usually consist of a computerized unit that monitors, measures, analyzes, and gives feedback on the user's performance and can be adjusted to meet specific physical therapy needs of an individual patient. The exercisers also include a patient support (e.g., resembling a physical therapy table) with appropriate mechanisms to provide easy adjustments for height, tilt, and leg movements; the table also provides motorized cyclic loading of the limbs. Neurologic rehabilitation exercisers are intended to provide mobilization to neurological patients that are bed-ridden or in the early phase of rehabilitation.

Entry Terms : "Neurologic Rehabilitation Exercisers, Computer-Aided"

UMDC code : 26221

   

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Hocoma AG

Hocoma AG

Hocoma Inc

Hocoma is the leader in robotic rehabilitation therapy for neurological movement disorders. We are a globally active medical technology company based near Zurich, Switzerland. We develop innovative therapy solutions working closely with leading clinics and research centers

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