RoboGait is an advanced gait system that presents the patient with a natural physiological walking pattern through a computer-controlled robotic orthosis.
Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the RoboGait locomotor gait trainer from BAMA Teknoloji need to know.
While traditional treatment is a method that requires intense force and is performed by parallel bars with two or three physical therapists, thanks to the robotic rehabilitation systems used today, it has become an effective treatment method that a single user can apply.
Robogait is a robotic gait therapy device used to accelerate the treatment process to regain and improve walking ability. RoboGait therapies focus on transitioning the lower extremity to a normal walking pattern, transferring the load in a controlled manner, and activating the nerve pathway. The visual motivation system is used to create the plasticity effect.
RoboGait® is an innovative form of therapy that uses electromechanical systems to help patients with neurological or orthopedic conditions regain their ability to walk. At the core of this therapy is a robotic gait system that focuses on controlled motor learning and a natural lower extremity gait pattern to facilitate rapid progress. In particular, for individuals who have suffered spinal or brain injuries and need assistance to regain their ability to walk, this system is proving to be extremely helpful.
RoboGait® is based on a precise combination of technology and therapy approaches. The robotic gait system enables controlled and individually adapted movement guidance to support patients in the correct execution of walking. By repeating targeted movement patterns and adapting parameters to the specific needs of each individual, efficient motor learning is promoted.
The benefits of RoboGait® lie in its ability to optimize the course of therapy and closely monitor patient progress. The system provides real-time feedback and allows therapists to customize therapy sessions and analyze patient performance. This enables targeted and effective rehabilitation to restore walking ability.
Through the use of RoboGait® , patients can develop improved gait control, balance and coordination. The system promotes patients' confidence and independence as they can feel more confident and stable walking again.
Overall, RoboGait® offers a groundbreaking therapy option for patients with neurological or orthopedic diseases who want to regain their ability to walk. With the support of the robotic gait system, patients can train specifically and improve their mobility and quality of life. RoboGait® opens up new possibilities for effective rehabilitation and enables patients to participate actively in life again.
Maximum weight: 140 kg
No, it is not necessary. With a single orthosis it is possible to take both adult and pediatric patients.
No, there is not. Any patient with a femur length of 20 cm and more in the appropriate profile can be brought to the device.
A minimum of 20 minutes and a maximum of 45 minutes are recommended.
A maximum of 16 patients can be taken according to the working hours and session times of the center where the device is located.
There is no maximum operating time for daily use.
The RoboGait device is not suitable for non-certified use. RoboGait User Training lasts 2 days by the instructor for the device users. At the end of the training, a user certificate with a validity period of 1 year is issued to the users deemed sufficient.
RoboGait User Training lasts 2 full days: the first day is theoretical and the second day is practical training.
No, it will not be renewed. When the user certificate expires, the certificate renewal training is conducted by the training officer.
Physiotherapists and physical therapists can use it.
No, it isn't.
5 m x 3.5 m x 2.7 m (L x W x H)
The minimum dimensions of the door for placing the device in the room should be 110 cm.
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It is suitable for patients with orthopedic or noronal diseases such as hemiplegia, paraplegia, CP, SVO, Parkinson's disease, traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, stroke, hip arthroplasty, prosthesis insertion after amputation.
Which patients cannot be brought to the unit?
RoboGait is not suitable for use in hypertension, hypotension, severe osteoporosis, new SVO, patients without slant table experience, patients with circulatory problems, pregnant women or those with suspected pregnancy, patients with severe lower extremity disproportion, severe atetoid disease.
MAMA was founded in 2010 and produces exoskeletons as well as other solutions such as active knee prostheses, public disinfection devices, intelligent drones and serious game design. BAMA Technology is an R&D company established in 2010 in Ankara to develop robotic rehabilitation systems. BAMA Technology is certified to ISO 13485:2003, which certifies compliance with international standards for medical device design, production and service. This legislation establishes the standards used in many countries around the world to protect patient health and safety. RoboGait and FreeGait products manufactured by Bama Technology have CE certificates attesting to their compliance with European legislation on the protection of patient health and safety in medical devices. BAMA is the first and only local company operating in the field of rehabilitation robotics in Turkey.
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