Inclinometers

Definition : Measuring instruments designed to measure the angle of displacement (known as the range of motion or ROM) of a joint. Typically the inclinometer or the inclinometer sensor is placed against the bone and never leaves contact with the patient during the movement of the joint. Inclinometers may be used in pairs when the motion to be evaluated has two joint components (e.g., spinal movements). Inclinometers are available as mechanical instruments typically using a dial calibrated to show the results or as digital inclinometers consisting of a central unit that processes, displays, and records the information obtained from wired or wireless sensors. Inclinometers are used by rheumatologists and physiotherapists to assess joint function and to diagnose and treat locomotor system diseases; they are frequently included as a component of gait and joint laxity analyzers. Inclinometers have replaced goniometers in many applications to obtain more accurate measurements.

UMDC code : 28344

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Arcon Vernova Inc

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ISOMED Inc

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Lafayette Instrument Co Inc

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Lafayette Instrument Company was a market leader when the world entered into the age of the computer. As the technology available for design, development and manufacturing advanced, so did LIC processes and products. In 1993, Lafayette Instrument Company sold its first computerized Polygraph.

North Coast Medical Inc

Company Type: Parent

North Coast Medical, Inc. specializes in supplying products to the rehabilitation industry as a manufacturer, direct importer and wholesale distributor. Frank and Loretta Biehl founded North Coast Medical in 1974 with one desire: to help therapists gain accessibility to products. Initially, the business began distribution of occupational therapy and hand therapy products out of a small office, utilizing the family garage as an extended warehouse.

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