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lower limb

This product is a mainly aimed at children cerebral palsy, nerve damage caused by the lower limbs dyskinesia, intelligent children's lower limbs rehabilitation robot, children can also be used for other diseases caused by abnormal body control and postoperative recovery. No similar device has appeared on the market. The expansion and mobility of the seats and legs are better matched with children aged between 4 and 12 years of age.

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SPH

This design resolves the physical problem which occurs when one uses smart phone with an artificial hand. The smart device is attached to the prosthetic hand to eliminate the risk of dropping the device. The product allows the users to operate the device with the other free hand, thereby compensating the defect of recognition error when touching the screen with an artificial finger, and the difficulty of detailed operation of existing prosthetic hand. The screen of the display attached to the prosthetic hand rotates digitally, and the user can view an upright screen from any directions.

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MESO® QuickPlex SQ 120

Instruments used in biomedical research labs are built to perform their required job; however, their aesthetics are rarely considered, resulting in an uninspiring environment. The MESO QuickPlex® SQ 120 instrument is designed to inspire. It enables rapid analysis of biological samples, while its innovative design supports easy access to internal components. A slim profile minimizes its footprint on the laboratory bench. Its design integrates visually pleasing curves and ergonomic utility.

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JuzoPro Lumbal

The orthoses of the JuzoPro Lumbal series have a stabilising and pain-relieving effect in patients with issues in the lumbar spine. Furthermore, a sacral pad provides additional relief at the transition from the sacrum to the lumbar spine. The pad features frictional nubs to loosen the hardened muscle tissue. They increase blood flow and provide a massaging effect. The particularly elastic and breathable knitted fabric and the specifically developed fastening mechanism ensure an optimal fit.

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QuikDrive

The battery powered screwdriver QuikDrive was developed for use in neuro-, craniomaxillofacial and hand surgery. This optimally balanced instrument with touch sensors for continuous, variable speed control enables the surgeon to insert and remove the smallest Stryker implant screws with a diameter of 1.2 to 2 mm. The reduced pencil-shaped form is tapered at the tip allowing the surgeon free vision within the operating area, freedom of movement and a very precise mode of operation in difficult applications.

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Naviswiss

The Naviswiss system is an imagefree surgical navigation system which assists the orthopedic surgeon during the implantation of an artificial hip joint. It consists of a handheld navigation device which is used to register the patients anatomy. Subsequently the navigation system helps the surgeon to guide the surgical instruments with the goal to position the implant according to the preoperative planning.

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