DATA CAN BE COLLECTED AND STORED IN THE ROBOT
The robot sensors measures every patient movement.
Data is derived from the sensors that measure pedal pressure on each pedal with sign digits and at a level of precision of just a few grams, as well as an encoder that measures the pedal position with great precision. Doctors, physiotherapists or other team members decide what kind of data they would like to collect, thereby catering for individual preferences.
With these numbers you are able to calculate all relevant data for work, effect and other factors, both as average values, interim values and instant values. This data can be used to evaluate the patient’s physical state and define the type of rehabilitation most suitable to this patient. During rehabilitation you will be able to measure patient progress and consider whether the chosen training is appropriate or needs adjusting.
On a larger scale, these efforts might lead to the development of more evidence-based rehabilitation and physiotherapy procedures.
Future experience will show which data contain the most important information about patient conditions and exercise-based developments.