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Nursing bed

Improvement of the rehabilitation of patients in the nursing bed

Even a short period of lying in a nursing bed can lead to serious complications. To compensate for the lack of movement, bedridden patients should be mobilized as early as possible.

The use of a MOTOmed layson edition model enables targeted prevention of the consequences of lack of movement. Improvements in the general condition, stimulation of the metabolism and digestion as well as a positive influence on bowel and bladder activities can be listed. The activation of the cardiovascular system also regulates muscle tone and represents a natural decubitus and thrombosis prophylaxis. The additional use of the arm/upper body trainer strengthens the auxiliary respiratory muscles and thus supports the patient‘s (self-)breathing. In addition, MOTOmed Movement Therapy can stimulate damaged nerves and thus lead to a regeneration of these nerves (neuroplasticity). In the long run, there is a gradual motor recovery of the affected regions.

Users of a MOTOmed layson edition model benefit from a movement therapy that is easy to conduct, safe and adapted to the user’s condition.

The intuitive handling and the user-friendly operation via touch screen enables therapists and nursing staff to use the MOTOmed layson edition very easily.

MOTOmed Movement Therapy

MOTOmed Movement Therapy was developed for people with movement restrictions and complements physical, ergo and sports therapy measures. Users can train while seated in a wheelchair or from a chair. Patients in supine position use MOTOmed from a nursing bed or therapy couch.

MOTOmed layson.l presentation

MOTOmed layson.l presentation

Videos

Leg training in supine position with the MOTOmed letto2 (7:18)
Leg and arm/upper body training from the bed with the MOTOmed letto2 leg/arm (5:06)
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