New & Used Passive Motion Exerciser, Limbs

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Device: Passive Motion Exerciser, Limbs
Manufacturer: Monark
Model: 88T
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
230
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Device: Passive Motion Exerciser, Limbs
Manufacturer: Monark
Model: 88T
Premium User
Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
230
This Seller accepts SafeTrade as a payment method
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Device: Passive Motion Exerciser, Limbs
Manufacturer: Kinetec
Model: Centura Shoulder CPM
Location: United Kingdom, London
3,140
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Device: Passive Motion Exerciser, Limbs
Manufacturer: Sutter
Model: CPM 7000 LITELIFT
Location: United States, Minnesota
Rating: 92%
Negotiable
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Device: Passive Motion Exerciser, Limbs
Manufacturer: Sutter
Model: CPM 7000 LITELIFT
Location: United States, Minnesota
Rating: 92%
Negotiable
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Device: Passive Motion Exerciser, Limbs
Manufacturer: THERA-Trainer
Model: THERA-vital
Location: Russia, Dagestan
6,336
2013

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Device: Passive Motion Exerciser, Limbs
Manufacturer: Chattanooga
Model: OptiFlex
Location: United States, North Dakota
1,000
2006

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Device: Passive Motion Exerciser, Limbs
Manufacturer: Rimec
Model: Fisiotek 2000 T
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
2,560
2012
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The model & manufacturer of the marked items have changed due to an acquisition between companies, and are also known as:
Current Manufacturer / Model Name Alternative Manufacturer / Model Name
Orthorehab / CPM 7000 LiteLift Sutter / CPM 7000 LITELIFT

Passive Motion Exerciser, Limbs may also be referred to as :

Exerciser, Continuous Passive Motion, Limbs | Physioterapy Limb Exerciser | Physioterapy Knee Exerciser | Knee Exerciser | Exerciser, Passive Motion, Limbs | Constant Passive Motion | CPM |
 

Tips for buying Passive Motion Exerciser, Limbs

  1. Facilities should consider the following before purchasing a passive motion exerciser: mechanical and electrical safety features, stability and compatibility with the facility's beds, ability of the motor to withstand worst-case application, quietness of operation, portability and ease of storage.
  2. There are various mechanisms for adjusting the passive motion exerciser device for patient fit and for changing ROM.
  3. There are some continuous passive motion exercisers that are used at the hospital, as well as in the patient's home.
  4. Buyers of passive motion exercisers should try the products to make sure all adjustments are easily made over an adequate range and will hold their position constantly.
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