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What kind of transmission does the x10 use radiowave
x10 is _____ type of selecting direct
What can be used with the greatest distance radio
Why wouldnt you use infrared - someone can walk infront and activate it
What is the least muscle grade to use a mobile arm support 2- moves through partial ROM gravity eliminated
Shoulder retraction shoulder extension, elbow flexion, forearm supination
Shoulder protraction shoulder flexion, elbow extension, forearm pronation
Lateral flexion shoulder abduction
Parts of MAS Mounting bracket, proximal and distal swivel arms, trout
Mobile Arm Support to provide support for the arm and assist with shoulder and elbow motions to increase independence in activities of daily living and recreational and vocational activities
Bracket Assembly attaches to the back rod of the wheelchair and supports the proximal swivel arm
Proximal Swivel arm attaches the bracket assembly to support the distal swivel arm
Distal swivel arm attaches into the proximal swivel arm to support the rocker arm assemble and trough
Rocker arm assembly attaches to the forearm trough and inserts into the pivot tube of the distal swivel arm provides a series of adjustments to assist the up or down motion
Forarm trough supports the forearm and provides stable elbow support
Overhead sling Using the overhead sling allows a person to use weak muscles by eliminating the force of gravity. The sling supports the arm in a functional positiong and is used to assist the individual in preforming activities such as eating, writing etc.
Overhead suspension rod serves as the base for the suspension sling, can be adjusted to change position of the arm in space
Suspension Spring hangs from the overhead rod by a leather loop and supports the balancing rod
balancing rod controls the position of the hand in relationship to the elbow
Wrist cuff supports the lower arm at the wrist or palm
elbow cuff supports the upper arm
Wheelchair bracket attaches the overhead rod to the chair
Leather Keepers These hold the straps in place. One one the elbow cuff one on the wrist cuff
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