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Revolutionary design with true composite fist technology.

6000 Hand CPM

Each digit achieves range of motion (ROM) at its own speed and place.

  • Full composite fist flexion
  • Lightweight, ambulatory and portable
  • Comfortable, fully adjustable splint
  • Adjustable speed
  • Pause feature for enhanced results
  • Programmable reverse-on-load and warm-up features
  • Easy-to-use digital motion controller
  • Minimal joint compression
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6000 Hand CPM

The 6000 is a unique anatomic hand CPM that allows the patient to achieve a full composite fist at 270°. Each joint is fully flexed by a sophisticated finger attachment which assists the fingers through a natural path of motion.

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The fully ambulatory, lightweight and balanced design enables wear for extended periods of time. The adjustable splint with open palmar area forms to the contours of the patient’s arm to give comfort and stability. Finger clip attachments make the device easy to apply and remove.

Treatment is enhanced by operating features contained in the simple to use programmable motion controller. These include adjustable speed, a programmable pause, warm-up feature, and programmable reverse-on-load.

Professionals will also appreciate the built-in compliance meter for monitoring patient progress and the lock-out feature to prevent tampering

Indications

Immediate postoperative management after the following, where indicated:

  • Capsulotomy, arthrolysis and tenolysis for post-traumatic stiffness of MP & PIP joints
  • ORIF of intra-articular, diaphyseal and metaphyseal fracture of the phalanges and metacarpals
  • Flexor and extensor tendon tenolysis
  • Flexor and extensor tendon synovectomies, post arthrotomy/drainage of acute septic arthritis
  • Prosthetic replacement of MP and PIP joints
  • Stable fractures
  • Crush hand injuries w/o fractures or dislocations
  • Hand or digit reattachment
  • Dupytren’s contracture release
  • Burn injuries; and reflex sympathy dystrophy (RS)

Contraindications

Do not use the device if any of the following are present: untreated or uncontrolled infection, unstable fractures or hemorrhaging.

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For more information watch the video below.

 

6000: 6000 Hand CPM, patient kit, batteries, power supply
6301 (child): Small Hand splint
6302 (adult): Large Hand splint
6305:  Finger clips (8)
6508, 6507, 6506: Finger actuators (small, medium, large)
FBA-006: Finger strips (attachment tape)
 6304: VHB adhesive tape
6511 (L), 6512 (R): Glove small
6513 (L), 6514 (R): Glove medium
6515 (L), 6516 (R): Glove large

 

Range of Motion: MCP 0° to 90°
PIP 0° to 110°
DIP 0° to 70°
Full Composite Fist: 270°
Rate of Motion: 30 – 120 seconds per cycle
 Pause (program): 0 – 30 seconds at end of flexion and/or extension
Reversing Force: Low – 1.6 kg (3.5 lbs) to High – 4.3 kg (9.5 lbs)
Warm-up (program): Start at 50% of programmed range of motion
Weight 
Drive Assembly: 0.45 kg (1 lb)
Hand Controller: 0.20 kg (0.45 lb)
Patient Kit: 0.21 kg (0.46 lb)
Power Requirements 
Input: 100 – 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz 40VA
Output: 5VDC, 2.5A
Power Source: Battery 6V-4 AA or use Power Supply H6K-001
Low Battery Warning: L.E.D.
Patent Numbers: 4,962,756
5,115,806
5,327,882
5,697,892

 

Healing In Motion

Research continues to demonstrate that moving a limb or joint aids rehabilitation and leads to better outcomes. By combining active physical therapy along with a Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) device, it is possible to significantly increase joint range of motion.

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6000 OrthoAgility® Hand CPM

The 6000 is completely customizable. Set up allows for single or multiple digits to be treated including the thumb.

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Contact QAL Medical™, LLC today for all your CPM needs.
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