URA Bedside Exoskeleton (Medical Use)
URA is suitable for post-operative rehabilitation of the lower limb, especially when after joint replacement operations. URA applies to lower-limb rehabilitation in sitting and lying positions. Through repetitive lower limb joint movement training, it solves problems such as joint stiffness and adhesions while promoting blood and lymphatic circulation, as well as body tissue repair.
Safety and Effectiveness
Approved NMPA Certificates
Standard Gait Training
Comply with Human’s Way of Movement
Better Rehabilitation Assessment
Standard Gait Training
URA provides repetitive and accurate walking training of high frequency, establishing normal gait and improving patients’ overall level of movement.
In addition to passive training which relies solely on equipment, a variety of active and active-passive-combined training modes are also available. Together with the online intelligent assessment, training programs can be tailored to suit different stages of rehabilitation.
Cloud-based User Management
We employ digital rehabilitation management. Cloud-based data management of users, institutions, and equipment facilitates intelligent rehabilitation and standardized records so that the programs are more scientific to help with training assessment and development.
Safety and Compliance
In addition to the Class II medical registration by the State Food and Drug Administration, the product has also received a series of international awards, including the iF Design, Red Dot, DIA, and Gold Dot, and has been awarded as an innovative medical device in the industry. The anti-miscontact module, emergency stop button, and removable support frame provide multiple safeguards.
URA is quick and comfortable to wear with its leg lengths electrically adjustable and its interactive video screen. Its mechanical fixation and strap protection effectively prevent patients from secondary injury.
Medical and Rehabilitation Institutions
Who is URA Bedside Exoskeleton for?
People with orthopedic diseases and those with brain lesions. *The applicability of rehabilitation exoskeleton is subject to medical advice.
What type of medical device does URA Bedside Exoskeleton belong to?
URA for all stages of rehabilitation has obtained the registration certificate of Class II medical devices with the application scope of neuro-central pathologies (including paraplegia and hemiplegia).
What is the price of the URA Bedside Exoskeleton?
The price of URA Bedside Exoskeleton (Institutional Version) varies according to the partner hospitals in each region and the rehabilitation stages of the patient. Hospitals in some regions are covered by medical insurance. It is recommended to consult with rehabilitation medical institutions for details.
Where can I try URA Bedside Exoskeleton?
Partner hospitals of URA is available on RoboCT’s website: http://www.roboct.com/order.