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A continuous passive motion (CPM) machine is a motorized device that passively moves a joint through a pre-set range of motion. These devices may be used after surgery to reduce joint stiffness and improve range of motion. Continuous passive motion (CPM) devices are used during the first phase of rehabilitation following a soft tissue surgical procedure or trauma. CPM units constantly move a joint through a controlled range of motion, which is dependent upon the joint.
CPM is useful for treating joints of the lower limb after an injury, disease, or following surgery. This device has varied applications namely treatment of intra-articular fractures, septic arthritis, ligament tendon healing, and following total joint replacement to ensure a sufficient range of motion.
To prevent stiffening, the joints have to be moved continuously which results in the following:
- Minimize swelling and pain after operation.
- Ensures faster recovery and shortened hospital stay.
- Prevents extra-articular contractures and adhesions.
This was designed to work as per the healing pattern of the patient post-operation. Initially, smaller bending with low speed then gradually increase the speed and then angle day by day.
|Extension||0 – 70 Degrees|
|Flexion||10 – 120 Degrees|
|Treatment Time||0 – 99 Minutes|
|Rest Time||1 – 5 Seconds|
|Digital Settings||Our Digital setting of Flexion and extension Angles allows even 1 Degree of variation in Knee Position.|
|Patient Safety Switch||The patient can stop the machine by pressing the patient switch should there be any discomfort.|
|Height Adjustment||Two Height Adjustment Controls are provided to suit tall to short patients with maximum comfort.|
|Speed Control||With very low speeds the patient can be made to bend the knee with minimum pain. Gradually speed can be increased.|
|Smooth & Silent Motor||Our CPM motor is very silent and powerful hence can be used also in silent environments like post-operative wards.|