Kinetec Prima XL Bariatric Knee CPM Machine
|KINETEC Prima XL unit is a Knee PASSIVE mobilization device enabling the extension and flexion movement from -5° to 115°.||A - Lower limb support B - Thigh support C - Foot support D - Control panel E – Hand control|
- Knee replacement surgery.
- Fractures (patellar, tibia plateau, femoral,...).
- Hip surgery, including hip replacement, hip pinning, osteotomy,...).
- Ligament repairs.
- Arthroscopic surgery (menisectomies, patellectomies,...)
- Burns, joints sepsis,...
- Breaks the cycle of trauma, inflammation and the loss of range of motion.
- Prevents joint stiffness.
- Speeds the recovery of post-operative range of motion.
- Maintains the quality of the joint surface.
- Reduces pain and edema.
- Promotes joint cartilage healing.
- Reduces hospitalization time
- Reduces the need for pain medication.
- Provides immediate post-operative continuous passive motion.
Bone Cancer, Warped joint surfaces, Spastic paralyses, unstable fractures, Uncontrolled infection. The machine is not adapted for patient’s height more 1.95 m (6'4") or under 1,50m (4'9"). The machine is not adapted for patient’s weight less than 135kg (300Lbs) and more than 227kg (500Lbs)
The physician defines the protocol and ensures that it is correctly implemented (adjustments, session
duration and frequency of use).
Make a complete cycle without patient before to install the patient on the unit.
The patient must know the start/stop/reverse function on the control handle.
Hand control must be accessible to patient at all times.
KINETEC Prima XL unit complies with Directive 93/42/CEE.
KINETEC Prima XL is not designed for use in the presence of flammable anesthetics.
In case of electromagnetic interference with other devices move the device.
KINETEC Prima XL unit is in compliance with standards in force (IEC 601.1.2), electromagnetic compatibility standard for medical devices.
Please, do not touch the moving parts or static parts of the unit while the unit is running, pinching risk.
Starting the unit
START / STOP / REVERSE function
The KINETEC Prima XL unit is fitted with a START/STOP/REVERSE
Press the button once, the machine starts
Press the button twice, the machine stops
Press the button a third time, the machine reverses direction.
IMPORTANT: for maximum safety, the hand control should always be given to the patient.
Adjusting the FLEXION and EXTENSION limits
Select the extension and flexion angles via button (4) for flexion and button (5) for extension.
Modification of the extension or flexion limit can be done while the machine is running or stationary.
Adjusting the SPEED
The SPEED is set by turning button (6).
At maximum speed, the machine moves at 145° per minute (for medium femur length).
At minimum speed, the machine moves at 40° per minute (for medium femur length).
Modification of the speed can be done while the machine is running or stationary.
Use of the Kinetec Patient Pad Kit
The KINETEC Patient Pad Kit is designed for rapid fitting, optimal hygiene and maximum patient comfort.
- For using and positioning the straps, please refer to here under. Make sure that the self-adhesive parts are visible.
- Place the sponge side next to the skin.
For optimal hygiene, a new set of pads should be used for each patient.
The KINETEC Prima XL unit is delivered with a complete set. Components: 4 straps, 1 foot support, 1 cover.
Setting up the patient
- Place the KINETEC Prima XL unit in a position that will be comfortable for the patient.
- Measure in cm or inches the length of the patient’s femur; adjust the thigh support to this measurement using knobs (7).
- Place the patient on the KINETEC Prima XL unit.
- Push the foot plate (C) up to the patient and tighten the knobs (8).
Adjust the axis of the patient’s hip with the axis rotation of the KINETEC Prima XL unit, and the axis of the patient’s knee with the axis rotation of the KINETEC Prima XL unit.
The articulated foot plate allows the positioning of the foot from 40° of PLANTAR FLEXION to 30° of DORSIFLEXION. - The knob (9) allows positioning the foot in plantar flexion or dorsiflexion.