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MDEA 2014 Winners: Rehabilitation and Assistive-Technology Products


Posted in Design Services by MDDI Staff on June 11, 2014

 MDEA 2014 Winners: Rehabilitation and Assistive-Technology Products


 Rehabilitation and Assistive-Technology Products 

 

 

 

Hercules Patient Repositioner. Manufactured and submitted by The Morel Co. (Batesville, IN). The Hercules allows a single caregiver to safely reposition a patient up in bed in less than ten seconds with the simple push of a button.

 

Carevo shower trolley. Manufactured by ArjoHuntleigh Innovation Center (Malmö, Sweden). The Carevo is a modern shower trolley for therapeutic showering and bathing. It offers comfort and dignity to patients during daily hygiene care and enables caregivers to work close to patients, reducing static stress. Entry submitted by and supply and design credit to Veryday (Bromma, Sweden).
 

 

Vector Gait and Safety System. Manufactured and submitted by Bioness Inc. (Valencia, CA). The Vector Gait and Safety System is a ceiling-mounted robotic technology designed to improve patient mobility and functional independence by tracking movement and offloading a precise amount of body weight during rehabilitation. Supply and design credit to D&K Engineering (San Diego). 

 

Other Finalists 

Aircast AirSelect Elite advanced pneumatic walking boot. Manufactured by DJO Global (Vista, CA). 

Quantum Securement System. Manufactured by Q’Straint (Fort Lauderdale, FL).

Snug Vest deep pressure therapeutic garment. Manufactured and submitted by Squeezease Therapy Inc. (Vancouver, Canada). 

 

 

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