RoboCT's Rehab Exoskeleton was Exhibited at the 22nd Orthopedic Academic Conference of the Chinese Medical Association and the 15th COA Academic Conference
Recently, the 22nd Orthopedic Academic Conference of the Chinese Medical Association and the 15th COA Academic Conference were grandly opened in Xi'an. Zhang Yingze, the chairman of the conference and academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, delivered an opening speech. RoboCT presented its classic rehab exoskeletons, attracting many of the participants. This year is the first COA conference after the epidemic. The conference has the theme of "Innovation and Transformation". During the conference, the "China Orthopedics Innovation and Transformation Achievements Exhibition" was also held to encourage further development.
Intelligentization and minimally invasiveness are regarded as the future direction while big data and AI technology are powerful driving forces for the future development of medicine. This conference focused on hot issues in the field of orthopedics such as osteoporosis, spinal diseases, joint reconstruction, etc. With the aging of population, orthopedic diseases have become one of the major diseases affecting people's health. Therefore, how to improve the treatment effect and management level of orthopedic diseases has become an important issue in the medical field.
During the meeting, experts shared the latest advances in the treatment and management of orthopedic diseases. In the exhibition area, RoboCT's rehab exoskeleton products became one of the highlights. It combines advanced mechanical design and intelligent control technology to assist patients in rehabilitation assessment and training.
Among them, the UGO series rehabilitation exoskeleton is an advanced device combined with artificial intelligence technology, which can carry out intelligent rehabilitation training according to different needs. Through precise sensors and algorithms, the patient's motion status is monitored in real time and interactive force control is automatically adjusted to ensure that patients perform rehabilitation training in a safe and effective environment. The URA series bedside exoskeleton adopts a unique mechanical structure design, which is designed for patients after hip and knee replacement surgery, hemiplegia, paraplegia, etc. need to conduct lower-limb rehabilitation training to achieve early rehabilitation intervention.
At this three-day COA conference, RoboCT also fully shared and communicated with participating experts, scholars and audiences, and gained a deeper understanding of the treatment and management of orthopedic diseases. In the future, RoboCT also hope to develop and promote more innovative, efficient, and humanized rehabilitation exoskeleton products to provide better rehabilitation solutions for patients around the world. Through continuing to promote the integration of big data and AI technology in the field of medical care, RoboCT will provide medical services Inject strong impetus into future development.