UFU Stand-Assisting Robot (Medical Use)
UFU is suitable for people with spinal cord injury, brain lesions, neurological diseases, myasthenia, and major post-operative patients who are unable to stand ad walk normally. It helps users with daily self-care such as position transfer, standing training, and urinary and fecal problems. The exoskeleton can be equipped with oxygen bottles, infusion bottles, and other auxiliary medical apparatus to facilitate its use in medical scenarios.
Electric Lifting & Autonomous Remote Control
Position Transfer & Acute Rehabilitation
360-degree Omnidirectional Movement
Three-speed Gears & Security Light
Indoor and Outdoor Scenarios
Applicable to people with walking disorders, UFU fits both indoor and outdoor scenarios, including at home, in offices, and in elevators. It helps users with regaining confidence by solving daily self-care problems such as position transfer, defection in small spaces, standing up in early stages, and acute rehabilitation.
The boom has an electric structure to support the user standing up, which feels like a pair of strong arms holding him/her up. The whole process can be achieved with a remote control handle, and another trapezoidal handle offers additional support, effectively preventing secondary injury.
The chassis incorporates four McNamee wheel servo modules, allowing back and forth, left and right movement, as well as 360-degree in-situ rotation, and all other directions. Pirouetting without displacement, the user can move freely in narrow and small spaces.
The button layout of the remote control conforms to the actual moving directions; one can easily master it in a minute. The control handle can be placed in the host position to charge. UFU is also equipped with an alarm and a night light to offer overall safeguard.
The user can choose slow, medium, or fast gears according to his/her needs. There are multiple size adjustment settings available for the user to enjoy his/her best position.
Medical and Rehabilitation Institutions
Who is UFU Stand-Assisting Robot for?
People with lower limb hypo-function, spinal cord injury, or brain lesions. *The applicability of rehabilitation exoskeleton is subject to medical advice
What kind of medical device does UFU Stand-Assisting Robot belong to?
UFU 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 UFU Stand-Assisting Robot?
The price of UFU Stand-Assisting Robot (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 UFU Stand-Assisting Robot?
Partner hospitals of UFU are available on RoboCT’s website: http://www.roboct.com/order.