ArmeoPower: Test Yourself!
Are you ready for the ArmeoPower Basic Clinical Training? Let's find out about your knowledge prior to the Clinical Training!
Note that more than one answer per question can be correct!
Take a look at the picture below. What do you see?
Group setting of an ArmeoPower, ArmeoSpring, ArmeoSpring Pediatric and an ArmeoBoom
Two therapists are taking care of four patients
Highly repetitive and motivating arm and hand rehabilitation for a broad spectrum of severity of the patients' impairment
For which patients is the ArmeoPower mainly designed for?
Patients with impairment of the upper extremity function, with or without any residual motor function
Patients with limited function of the upper extremity and who can sit in a normal chair
Young patients familiar with gaming platforms with impairment of the upper extremity function
What are the main components of the ArmeoPower?
Robotic exoskeleton which provides arm weight support and guidance to movement
Passive exoskeleton which provides arm weight support
Software that provides numerous exercises, assessments and reporting
How can you challenge patients during therapy with ArmeoPower?
Reducing the support of the robot
Choosing goal-specific exercises
Increasing arm weight support
Which patients cannot be treated with ArmeoPower?
Patients with non-consolidated fractures
Patients with non-stable vital functions
Patients with very high levels of spasticity
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