2016 Medical Design Excellence Awards Winners: Rehabilitation and Assistive-Technology Products

Rehabiliation and Assistive-Technology Products          Indego

June 13, 2016

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2016 Medical Design Excellence Awards Winners: Rehabilitation and Assistive-Technology Products

Rehabiliation and Assistive-Technology Products

Indego

The Indego exoskeleton enables paraplegic individuals to walk by using batteries and motors to provide power to the hip and knee joints and harnessing integrated sensors to detect body position and allow the wearer to control the device through postural chnages.

Manufacturer: Parker Hannifin Corp.

Dolores One

The Dolores One speech enhancement device allows critical care patients to vocalize and communicate verbally in their natural voice without interruption of respiratory treatment.

Manufacturer:Dolores Speech Products

Supply/Design:Round Bridge Inc.

Access Strength

The Access Strength is a fitness and rehabilitation platform that pairs inclusive equipment with cloud-based software to allow practitioner and patient collaboration, and provide precise data recording with measurable outcomes that can be shared across facilities and networks.

Manufacturer:IncludeFitness

Supply/Design:PriorityDesignsTSS Technologies, AWH

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