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Digital Goniometer
$749.00 $649.00
Digital Goniometer
Next generation goniometer with proven technology that represents an innovative approach to measuring joint range of motion. Practitioners can now use advanced digital and laser technology to deliver and document precision therapy to patients. Brand - Halo. It improves patient care and...
$749.00 $649.00
Dynamometer Hand-Held
The Hand-Held Dynamometer is the latest upgrade of the old Lafayette Manual Muscle tester. It combines all of the features of the previous model with the addition of an algometer attachment, advanced menus to store testing setups, increased storage, and improved...
from $3,879.00

There are several evaluation and measurement instruments used in medicine to determine injury severity and monitor patient progress. Some commonly used tools include:

  1. Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS): used to assess the level of consciousness and cognitive function in patients with traumatic brain injury.

  2. Pain Assessment Tools: used to measure the severity of pain, such as the Visual Analog Scale (VAS) or the Numeric Rating Scale (NRS).

  3. Range of Motion (ROM) Assessment: used to measure the extent to which a joint can move in different directions.

  4. Muscle Strength Assessment: used to measure the strength of individual muscle groups, using tools such as hand-held dynamometers.

  5. Functional Assessment Tools: used to assess functional abilities and independence, such as the Barthel Index or the Activities of Daily Living (ADL) scale.

  6. Quality of Life Surveys: used to measure patient satisfaction and quality of life, such as the Short Form 36 (SF-36) or the EuroQol-5D (EQ-5D).

  7. Imaging Tests: used to visualize the structure and function of tissues, such as X-rays, MRI, CT scans, or ultrasound.

These evaluation and measurement instruments provide valuable information for healthcare providers to determine the severity of injury and monitor patient progress, as well as to make informed decisions about treatment plans.

A dynamometer is a handheld device used to measure the force, torque, or power generated by an individual, machine, or engine. Hand-held dynamometers are portable, compact, and designed to be used in a variety of settings, including industrial, medical, and sports applications.

In the medical field, hand-held dynamometers are often used to assess grip strength, which is an important indicator of overall muscle strength and function. In sports, they may be used to measure the strength of specific muscle groups or to track progress over time.

A digital goniometer is a device that measures angles, typically in degrees or radians. It typically uses electronic sensors, such as accelerometers or gyroscopes, to accurately determine the angle of a joint or object. This measurement can be displayed on a digital screen or transferred to a computer for analysis. Digital goniometers are commonly used in medical applications, such as physical therapy and rehabilitation, as well as in engineering, construction, and other industries.

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