Easy to step on and safe to hold - whether large or small
Every patient is different: taller, shorter, different body shapes and, of course, a wide variety of complaints. Some come in a wheelchair, others need walking aids. And if children are also among your patients, you need a highly variable treadmill solution.
The h/p/cosmos system for treadmill therapy with weight relief has individually adjustable handrails that allow large as well as small patients to hold on and support themselves safely. And this both when stepping onto the treadmill and during the entire therapy. Children and seniors also get safety and support on the treadmill with the weight relief system. The therapy results are easy to follow and can be easily documented over the entire course of therapy.
Optimal results through individual and physiological relief
Gait therapy should start early and be fun for the team of therapist and patient. For this purpose, the therapy must always be adapted to the patient's abilities and progress and at the same time allow physiological walking. The continuously adjustable weight relief of the h/p/cosmos airwalk® enables this individual optimization of your therapy sessions. The weight relief is regulated by an air valve and the relief can be read off by means of a pressure gauge. The dynamics of the central 1-point suspension supports the natural up and down movement of the upper body during walking.
Physiological gait training - also with obese people
In treadmill therapy, slow speeds must also be possible with severely overweight patients - because that is your everyday life. Likewise, the treadmill must start slowly and without jerks with patients who have limited walking ability. The h/p/cosmos mercury® med treadmill is approved for patients weighing up to 200 kg. The 3.3 kW drive motor enables a slow, patient-friendly start with speeds starting at 0.1 km/h.
In addition, a special version of the h/p/cosmos airwalk® allows weight relief of up to 160 kg and a specially developed arch version allows free patient access from the side. This allows you to accommodate almost any patient. Different settings such as "balance mode", "static" and "dynamic unloading" allow a wide range of applications. An optional and almost silent compressor provides the required power for the h/p/cosmos airwalk® 50, 90 and ap systems.
Easy operation and control - for therapist and patient
Change speed, change incline and stop immediately: These are functions that therapist and patient need access to at any time.
Operation of the h/p/cosmos mercury® is simple: Start starts the treadmill, stop stops it, two buttons (+ and -) increase and decrease the speed, two others change the incline. This clear operation gives the therapist and the patient the necessary security for a successful therapy. All data can be clearly read on the LCD display with excellent contrast, even in bright sunlight at nearby windows in the therapy rooms. For safety, a magnetic emergency stop, which is connected to the patient by a rip cord, can be used. However, this rip cord can only stop the treadmill and cannot protect against a subject falling. With the optional
h/p/cosmos airwalk® system or the h/p/cosmos® safety bar, however, the entire body weight can be automatically supported in case of an emergency. The necessary safety for a successful and stress-free therapy must be at the top of the priority list for all of us.
More freedom of therapy through flexible control options
In order to optimize the movement sequence, the therapist repeatedly intervenes in the patient's movement sequence in a corrective manner during therapy. However, when guiding the patient's legs, there is no direct access to the UserTerminal (control unit with keyboard and display) attached to the handrail. To enable you to change start, stop, speed and incline at any time even in this position, there are two holders for the additional keyboard to the left and right of the motor hood. This means that you as the therapist always have the control of the treadmill firmly "under control" even when guiding the patient's legs. With the optional extension for the additional keyboard or with the free h/p/cosmos para control® software you have complete control over the treadmill, even if you as therapist are standing behind the treadmill to observe the gait pattern and to give instructions to the patient.
Downhill to success: fall prevention through eccentric training
Walking downhill is one of the most difficult tasks for many patients in everyday life and is therefore avoided. Precisely because of the lack of practice, accidents often occur. Therefore, walking downhill in a safe environment with therapeutic support is one of the best ways to prevent falls. The walking direction reversal function allows you to train downhill walking in a safe environment with the patient. The eccentric training causes an intensive training stimulus. At the same time, the cardiovascular system is less stressed compared to walking uphill. For patients with a weakness of the foot lifter, walking downhill on a steeper slope often allows for a more fluid and thus more effective workout, since the foot does not have to be lifted as far. Downhill walking expands the scope of therapies for other various indications and goals.
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