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Madonna ICare

ICare składa się z trzech podzespołów: eliptyki E875MA, Systemu odciążeniowego E875MU oraz rampy dla wózków inwalidzkich wraz ze schodkami i platformą E875MP.

Kompletny system ICARE może dostarczać pełne, częściowe lub zerowe odciążenie wagi pacjenta. System wspomagania chodu sam dostosowuje się do możliwości każdego pacjenta dostarczając tylko tyle wspomagania ile jest potrzebne.

Madonna iCare

  • elektronicznie regulowana długość kroku w zakresie od 45 do 73 cm
  • 40 poziomów oporu
  • system amortyzacji pedałów MyFlex™
  • dwukierunkowy silnik wspomagania (kierunek do przodu i wsteczny)
  • automatyczne i adaptywne wspomaganie ruchu
  • możliwość treningu dla jednej lub obu nóg
  • zdalne sterowanie
  • system bezpieczeństwa na bazie podczerwieni
  • różnorodne podwieszenia odciążeniowe
  • rampa dla wózków inwalidzkich

  • waga: MA=178 kg, MU=181 kg, MP=163 kg
  • wymiary: MA+MU+MP: 371/228/261 cm
  • opór: 40 poziomów
  • długość kroku: 45 cm - 73 cm
  • zasilanie: 230V/50 Hz
  • Max waga użytkownika: 205 kg
  • Odczyty: tętno, strefa kardio, strefa spalania tkanki tłuszczowej, kalorie, poziom ćwiczenia, czas, dystans, kroki/minuta, długość kroku, liczba kroków, moc w watach.
  • Wyświetlacz LED 3 kolory

2013 International daVinci Award, Recreation and Leisure category for Madonna ICARE by Sports Art. Michigan Chapter of the National MS Society. Dearborn, MI.

Patents

Burnfield JM, Shu Y, Taylor AP, Buster TW, Nelson CA (2011). Rehabilitation and Exercise Machine. U.S. Patent 8,007,405. Burnfield JM, Shu Y, Taylor AP, Buster TW, Nelson CA (2012). Rehabilitation and Exercise Machine. U.S. Patent 8,177,688 B2.
Burnfield JM, Taylor AP, Buster TW, Nelson CA, Shu Y (2014). Improved Rehabilitation and Exercise Machine. Canadian Patent 2,776,626.

Manuscripts

Cesar GM, Buster TW, Burnfield JM (2017). Should gait outcomes be the primary focus in paediatric gait rehabilitation? Journal of Novel Physiotherapies, 7(3):1000342. DOI: 10.4172/2165-7025.1000342
Burnfield JM, Cesar G, Buster TW, Irons SL, Nelson CA (2017). Kinematic and muscle demand similarities between motor-assisted elliptical training and walking: Implications for paediatric gait rehabilitation. Gait & Posture, 51:194-200. DOI: 10.1016/j.gaitpost.2016.10.018.
Burnfield JM, Buster TW, Goldman AJ, Corbridge LM, Hanigan K (2016). Partial body weight support treadmill training speed influences paretic and non-paretic muscle activation and stride characteristics during acute stroke rehabilitation. Human Movement Science. (47): 16-28. DOI: 10 1016/j.humov.2016.01.012
Irons SL, Brusola GA, Buster TW, Burnfield JM (2015). Novel ICARE Intervention Improves Six-Minute Walk Test and Oxygen Cost for an Individual with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy. Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal, 26(2):36-41. DOI: 10.1097/CPT.0000000000000007
Nelson CA, Stolle CJ, Burnfield JM, Buster TW (2015). Modification of the Intelligently Controlled Assistive Rehabilitation Elliptical (ICARE) system for paediatric therapy. Published online, ASME Journal of Medical Devices, 9(4): 6 pages. DOI: 10.1115/1.4030276.
Burnfield JM, Irons SL, Buster TW, Taylor AP, Hildner GA, Shu Y (2014). Comparative analysis of speed’s impact on muscle demands during partial body weight support motor-assisted elliptical training, Gait & Posture. 39(1): 314-320.  DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gaitpost.2013.07.120
Buster TW, Burnfield JM, Taylor AP, Stergiou, N (2013). Lower extremity kinematics during walking and elliptical training in individuals with and without traumatic brain injury. Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy. 37(4): 176-186.  DOI: 10.1097/NPT.0000000000000022
Burnfield JM, Shu Y, Buster TW, Taylor A, Nelson CA (2011). Impact of elliptical trainer ergonomic modifications on perceptions of safety, comfort, workout and usability by individuals with physical disabilities and chronic conditions. Physical Therapy, 91(11)1604-1617.  DOI:https://doi.org/10.2522/ptj.20100332
Nelson CA, Burnfield JM, Shu Y, Buster TW, Taylor A, Graham A (2011). Modified elliptical machine motor-drive design for assistive gait rehabilitation. Transactions of the ASME Journal of Medical Devices, 5:021001.1-021001.7. DOI:10.1115/1.4003693
Burnfield JM, Shu Y, Buster TW, Taylor A (2010). Similarity of joint kinematics and muscle demands between elliptical training and walking: Implications for practice. Physical Therapy. 90(2). 289-305. DOI:https://doi.org/10.2522/ptj.20090033

Abstracts/Presentations

Cesar GM, Irons SL, Garbin A, Eckels E, Buster TW, Burnfield JM. Child with traumatic brain injury improved gait abilities following intervention with paediatric motor-assisted elliptical training: A case report (2017). Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association. San Antonio, TX, February 15-18, 2017.
Burnfield JM, Terryberry-Spohr L, Tran J (2016). Affordable Motor-assisted Elliptical Training to Improve Physical, Cognitive, Psychosocial and Health Outcomes Across Rehabilitation Continuum. 75-minute Symposium, Conference proceedings, 2016 American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM) 93rd Annual Conference: Progress in Rehabilitation Research. Chicago, IL, November 2.
Irons SL, Burnfield JM, Buster TW, Karkowski-Schelar E, Johns E (2016). Individuals with multiple sclerosis improved walking endurance and decreased fatigue following motor-assisted elliptical training intervention. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(10):e34. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apmr.2016.08.100
Burnfield JM, Buster TW, Irons SL, Cesar GM, Nelson CA, Rech NR, Nichols EM (2016). Paediatric walking vs. training on prototype motor-assisted elliptical: Kinematic comparison at self-selected comfortable speed. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(10):e99. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apmr.2016.08.306
Burnfield JM, Irons SL, Cesar GM, Buster TW, Khot R, Nelson CA (2016). Pedi-ICARE training improves walking and endurance of child with cerebral palsy. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97(12):e19-e20. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apmr.2016.09.053
Burnfield JM, Buster TW, Irons SL, Rech N, Cesar GM, Pfeifer CM, Nelson CA (2016). Paediatric Intelligently Controlled Assistive Rehabilitation Elliptical for Walking and Fitness: Prototype Development and Biomedical Analysis[Abstract]. RESNA/NCART (Rehabilitation Engineering Society of North America/National Coalition for Assistive and Rehab Technology) 2016 annual convention, July 10-14, Arlington, VA.
Pfeifer CM, Burnfield JM, Kota S, Buster TW, Irons SL, Rowen DA, Nelson CA (2016). Positive Reinforcement System Design for Therapeutic Devices [Abstract]. RESNA/NCART (Rehabilitation Engineering Society of North America/National Coalition for Assistive and Rehab Technology) 2016 annual convention, July 10-14, Arlington, VA.
Pfeifer CM, Burnfield JM, Kota S, Buster TW, Irons SL, Sulski C, Nelson CA (2016). Design of a Custom Heart-Rate Control System for the Paediatric Intelligently Controlled Assistive Rehabilitation Elliptical [Abstract]. RESNA/NCART (Rehabilitation Engineering Society of North America/National Coalition for Assistive and Rehab Technology) 2016 annual convention, July 10-14, Arlington, VA.
Buster TW, Burnfield JM, Irons SL, Nelson CA, Trejo LH, Leutzinger TJ (2016). Paediatric walking vs. training on a prototype motor-assisted elliptical: kinematic and EMG comparisons at self-selected fast speeds [Abstract]. Conference proceedings,2016 Annual Meeting Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society. Memphis, TN, May 17-20, 2016.
Burnfield JM, Irons SL, Buster TW (2016). Individual with progressive supranuclear palsy demonstrates improvements in walking distance and efficiency following a motor-assisted elliptical training intervention [Abstract]. Conference proceedings,9th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation. Philadelphia, PA, May 12, 2016.
Burnfield JM, Buster TW, Irons SL (2016). Individuals post stroke improved walking endurance and efficiency following motor-assisted elliptical training intervention [Abstract]. Conference proceedings, 9th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation. Philadelphia, PA, May 12, 2016.
Buster TW, Burnfield JM (2016). Movement variability during walking and elliptical exercise for individuals with chronic severe traumatic brain injuries [Abstract]. Conference proceedings, 9th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation. Philadelphia, PA, May 12, 2016.
Nelson CA, Stolle CJ, Burnfield JM, Buster TW (2015). Synthesis of a rehabilitation mechanism replicating normal gait [Technical Paper]. Conference Proceedings, 14th World Congress in Mechanisms and Machine Science; DOI: 10.6567/IFToMM.14TH.WC.OS1.016. Taipei, Taiwan, October 25-30, 2015.
Trejo LH, Buster TW, Stolle CJ, Nelson CA, Burnfield JM (2014). Influence of rocker and crank arm lengths on Intelligently Controlled Assistive Rehabilitation Elliptical (ICARE) coupler trajectories. Proceedings, Midwest BME Career Conference. p. 31
Burnfield JM, Buster TW, Goldman AJ, Corbridge LM, Harper-Hanigan K (2016). Partial body weight support treadmill training speed influences paretic and non-paretic leg muscle activation, stride characteristics, and ratings of perceived exertion during acute stroke rehabilitation. Human Movement Science, 47:16-28. DOI: 10.1016/j.humov.2016.01.012.
Irons SL, Brusola GA, Buster TW, Burnfield JM (2015). Novel motor-assisted elliptical training intervention improves Six-Minute Walk Test and oxygen cost for an Individual with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy. Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal, 26: 36-41.
Nelson CA, Stolle CJ, Burnfield JM, Buster TW (2015). Modification of the Intelligently Controlled Assistive Rehabilitation Elliptical (ICARE) system for paediatric therapy. Published online, ASME Journal of Medical Devices. DOI: 10.1115/1.4030276.
Burnfield JM, Irons SL, Buster TW, Taylor AP, Hildner GA, Shu Y (2014). Comparative analysis of speed’s impact on muscle demands during partial body weight support motor-assisted elliptical training. Gait and Posture, 39(1):314-320. DOI: org/10.1016/j.gaitpost.2013.07.120.
McCrory B, Harlow AH, Burnfield JM (2014). Musculoskeletal risk to physical therapists during overground gait training: A case report. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 10/2014; 58(1):1219-1223. DOI: 10.1177/1541931214581254.
McCrory B, Burnfield JM, Darragh A, Meza JL, Irons SI, Brusola G, Link AM. (2014). Work injuries among therapists in physical rehabilitation. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 10/2014; 58(1):1072-1076. DOI: 10.1177/1541931214581224.
Buster TW, Burnfield JM, Taylor AP, Stergiou, N (2013). Lower extremity kinematics during walking and elliptical training in individuals with and without traumatic brain injury. Journal of Neurologic Physical Therapy, 37(4):176-86.
Burnfield JM, McCrory B, Shu Y, Buster TW, Taylor AP, Goldman AJ (2013). Comparative kinematic and electromyographic assessment of clinician- and device-assisted sit-to-stand transfers in patients with stroke. Physical Therapy, 93(10):1331-1341.
Burnfield JM, Shu Y, Buster TW, Taylor A, McBride MM, Krause ME (2012). Kinematic and electromyographic analysis of normal and device-assisted sit to stand transfers. Gait and Posture, 36(3):516-522.
Burnfield JM, Nelson CA, Buster TW, Taylor AP (2012). Affordable technology addresses walking and fitness deficits across rehabilitation continuum of care. 10th Annual Conference of the American Medical Rehabilitation Providers Association. San Diego, CA.
Watt BP, Burnfield JM, Truemper EJ, Buster TW, Bashford GR (2012). Monitoring cerebral hemodynamics with transcranial doppler ultrasound during cognitive and exercise testing in adults following unilateral stroke. 34th Annual International IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference. San Diego, CA.
Yeseta MC, Taylor AP, Buster TW, Shu Y, Burnfield JM (2012). Exercise endurance and functional mobility improve for individuals with physical disabilities after training on a motorised elliptical. Online proceedings, Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America’s 2012 Annual Conference.
Nelson, CA. Burnfield JM (2012). Improved elliptical trainer biomechanics using a modified Cardan gear. Proceedings of the ASME 2012 International Design Engineering Technical Conference & Computers and Information in Engineering Conference [Conference Paper #: DETC2012-70439]. Chicago, IL.
Burnfield JM, Yeseta M, Buster TW, Taylor AP, Shu Y (2012). Individuals with physical limitations can benefit from training on a motorised elliptical for community-based exercise. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 45(5 Supplement), pg. S360.
Taylor AP, Lowndes BR, Buster TW, Shu Y, Burnfield JM (2012). Speed’s impact on pedar pressures at varying levels of body weight supported ICARE training. Proceedings, Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society 2012 Annual Meeting, pg 139-140.
Shu Y, Taylor AP, Buster TW, Burnfield JM (2012). Clinicians’ motion and muscle activation patterns during body weight support treadmill training. Proceedings, Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society 2012 Annual Meeting, pgs. 230-231.
Buster TW, Goulet C, Shafer D, Burnfield JM (2012). Comparison of kinematic demands of walking and elliptical training between individuals with and without mild to moderate multiple sclerosis. Proceedings, Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society 2012 Annual Meeting, pgs. 232-233.
Burnfield JM, Shu Y, Buster TW, Taylor A, Nelson CA (2011). Impact of elliptical trainer ergonomic modifications on perceptions of safety, comfort, workout and usability for people with physical disabilities and chronic conditions. Physical Therapy, 91(11): 1604-1617.
Nelson CA, Burnfield JM, Shu Y, Buster TW, Taylor A, Graham A (2011). Modified elliptical machine motor-drive design for assistive gait rehabilitation. ASME Journal of Medical Devices, 5(2) May 20122: DOI: 10.1115/1.4003693.
Burnfield JM, Hildner GA, Buster TW, Taylor AP, Shu Y (2011). Speed’s impact on muscle demands during partial body weight supported training on a motorised elliptical. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 92(10): 1700. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apmr.2011.07.045
Burnfield JM, Taylor AP, Buster TW, Shu Y, Goldman AJ, Nelson CA (2011). Use of Intelligently Controlled Assistive Rehabilitation Elliptical Trainer to Improve Walking and Fitness during Acute Stroke Rehabilitation. Stroke, 42(3), pg. e326.
Burnfield JM, Shu Y, Buster TW, Taylor AP, Merriman L, Nelson CA (2010). Comparison of lower extremity electromyographic (EMG) demands during ICARE training and walking. Online Proceedings, American Society of Biomechanics 34th Annual Meeting, pgs. 334-335.
Burnfield JM, Shu Y, Buster TW, Taylor AP, Merriman L, Nelson CA (2010). Comparison of lower extremity electromyographic (EMG) demands during ICARE training and walking. American Society of Biomechanics 2010 Annual Meeting.
Buster TW, Taylor AP, Frazier M, Burnfield JM (2010). Kinematic analysis of five cardiovascular exercises. Online Proceedings, American Society of Biomechanics 34th Annual Meeting,pgs. 324-325.
Burnfield JM (2010). ICARE: An Affordable Technology Designed to Promote Walking and Cardiovascular Fitness During Rehabilitation and Following Discharge. 8th Annual Medical Rehabilitation Providers’ Association Educational Conference.
Burnfield JM, Shu Y, Buster TW, Taylor AP (2010). Similarity of joint kinematics and muscle demands between elliptical training and walking: Implications for practice. Physical Therapy, 90(2):289-305.
Burnfield JM, Buster TW, Taylor A, Keenan S, Shu Y, Nelson CA (2010). Intelligently Controlled Assistive Rehabilitation Elliptical (ICARE) Training: An Analysis of Lower Extremity Electromyographic (EMG) Demands with Varying Levels of Motor Assistance. Online Proceedings, Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America’s 2010 Annual Conference.
Shu Y, Buster TW, Taylor A, Keenan S, Nelson CA, Burnfield JM (2010). Ergonomic redesign of elliptical trainer to promote greater safety, comfort and usability. Online Proceedings, Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America’s 2010 Annual Conference.
Burnfield JM, Combs S, Finley M (2010). The Role of Biomechanics in the Management of Upper- and Lower-extremity Dysfunction: Emerging Interventions for Individuals with Neurological Involvement [2 hour short course]. Programme, 2010 Annual Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, 46.
Burnfield JM. Development of the ICARE Trainer to Promote Gait and Cardiovascular Fitness in Individuals with Physical Disabilities (2010). Presented at Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center. Downey, CA. May 27, 2010.
Burnfield JM. Patient-Centered Rehabilitation Research (2010). Presented at Capital City Kiwanis. Lincoln, NE. May 18, 2010.
Burnfield JM (2010). Ergonomics in Health Care: Biomechanical Considerations. Presented at Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association. Green Bay, WS. April 15, 2010.
Burnfield JM (2010). Biomechanical Demands of Transfer and Gait Activities: Promoting Clinician Safety and Therapeutic Patient Outcomes. Presented at Tenth Annual Safe Patient Handling and Movement Conference. Lake Buena Vista, FL. March 31, 2010.
Burnfield JM, Roemmich RT, Scherr T, Buster TW (2009). Comparison of Vastus Lateralis and Medial Hamstring Electromyographic Activity Across Five Cardiovascular Exercises. Supplement to Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Volume 41(5), pgs. S568-569.
Buster TW, Roemmich RT, Doher NJ, Burnfield JM (2009). Comparison of Ankle Muscle Electromyographic Activity Across Five Cardiovascular Exercises. Supplement to Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Volume 41(5), pg. S569.
Taylor AP, Buster TW, Barber BR, Burnfield JM (2009). Comparison of Forefoot and Heel Pressures Across Fast Walking and Four Elliptical Trainer Conditions. Supplement to Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Volume 41(5), pg. S242.
Corbridge LM, Goldman AJ, Shu Y, Buster TW, Burnfield JM (2009). Clinician’s Muscle Effort During Partial Body Weight Support Treadmill Training: Is it Hard Work? Online Proceedings, American Physical Therapy Association’s 2009 Annual Conference and Exposition.
Burnfield JM, Barber BR, Buster TW, Taylor AP (2009). Plantar Pressures Vary Across Elliptical Trainers and Compared to Walking. Proceedings, Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society 14th Annual Meeting, 116-117.
Buster TW, Goldman AJ, Corbridge LM, Shu Y, Burnfield JM (2009). Partial Body Weight Support Treadmill Training: Clinician’s Upper Extremity Muscle Activation During Facilitation of Hemiparetic Limb Movement. Proceedings, Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society 14th Annual Meeting, pgs 258-259.
Burnfield JM, Goldman A (2009). The Physical Therapist’s Role in Community Based Wellness for Stroke Patients. Presented at Eighth Annual Nebraska Stroke Symposium-Present Challenges and Future Hopes. Omaha, NE. October 12, 2009.
Burnfield JM, Wilkinson H (2009). Breaking Down Barriers to Wellness and Fitness in Persons Living with Chronic Conditions and Disabilities: A Proactive Approach. Presented at Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Lincoln, NE. April 15, 2009.
Burnfield JM, Buster TR (2009). Neuroplasticity: Applying Guiding Principles to Help People Relearn to Walk Following an Injury. Presented at Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Lincoln, NE. April 8, 2009.
Kulig K, Burnfield JM (2008). The role of biomechanics in orthopaedic and neurological rehabilitation. Acta of Bioengineering and Biomechanics, 10:1-14.
Kulig K, Burnfield JM (2008). Mechanistic and interventional aspects of movement disorders: The role of biomechanics. Proceedings of the International Congress of the Polish Society of Biomechanics 2008, 11-18.
Burnfield JM, Buster TW, Provorse A, Takahashi S (2007). Muscular demands during elliptical training compared to overground walking. Physiotherapy, 93(Supplement 1), pg. S179.
Takahashi S, Burnfield JM, Buster TW, Provorse AR (2007). Comparison of Gluteal Muscle Electromyographic Activity across Five Cardiovascular Exercises in Healthy Young Adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Volume 39(5), pg. S255.

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Konfiguracje

Eliptyka E875MA

Eliptyka E875MA

  • dwukierunkowy silnik wspomagania o prędkości obrotowej do 65 obrotów na minutę
  • adaptywne wspomaganie, automatycznie dostosowujące się do potrzeb pacjenta
  • możliwość treningu dla jednej lub obu nóg
  • automatyczna zmiana długości kroku
  • możliwość treningu w obu kierunkach obrotu
  • pomiar tętna
  • zdalne sterowanie (dla lekarza lub terapeuty)
  • dostęp zabezpieczony hasłem
  • system bezpieczeństwa z automatycznym wyłączaniem na podczerwień
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System odciążeniowy pacjenta E875MU

System odciążeniowy pacjenta E875MU

  • elektronicznie sterowane siedzisko z pneumatyczną regulacją wysokości oraz możliwością obrotu o 90”
  • uchylne poręcze siedziska umożliwiają łatwiejsze zajęcie miejsca pacjentowi.
  • uprząż odciążeniowa może podnosić do 180 kg wagi pacjenta
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Rampa i platforma dla wózków inwalidzkich E875MP

Rampa i platforma dla wózków inwalidzkich E875MP

  • umożliwia wjazd wózkami inwalidzkimi
  • redukuje ryzyko urazu podczas przenoszenia pacjenta na siedzisko
  • poprawia możliwość nadzoru i monitorowania pacjenta przez terapeutę.
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