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hunova

Robotic rehabilitation system

Hunova is a robotic system designed in response to a clinical need for objective evaluation and rehabilitation treatment tools that support doctors, physiotherapists, and patients throughout the course of treatment and recovery.

Hunova is a robotic aid for physiotherapists that is intuitive and easy to use. It is dedicated to rehabilitation in orthopedics, neurology, geriatrics, and reathletization.

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Sensorized robotic seat
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The seat induces unidirectional as well as multidirectional movements. Clinicians can adjust the trajectory, speed, and amplitude. It allows for different types of therapy, including passive (mobilization), active (using elastic or fluid resistance), proprioceptive, and assistive (intervenes to complete the exercise when the patient needs it). Features a strength and position sensor.
Adjustable seat
The seat adapts to each patient's position to ensure maximum comfort and perform the exercise properly. Hunova registers the sitting position individually for each patient, to always repeat the same optimal configuration.

Adjustable and removable backrest and arms. Ensures easy access for disabled individuals who use a wheelchair.

a. Configuration without armrests.
b. Configuration without backrest and armrests.

Sensorized robotic platform
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The robotic platform makes it possible to perform exercises in monopodalic or bipodalic mode. In monopodalic mode exercises can also be performed with partial load on the limb. It allows for therapy types including passive (mobilization), active (using elastic or fluid resistance), proprioceptive, and assistive (intervenes to complete the exercise when the patient needs it). Features a strength and position sensor.
Bipodalic configuration
Monopodalic configuration
Touch screen display and audio feedback

The interactive interface (using an HD touch screen display) provides visual and audio biofeedback offering information on movements in the torso, distribution of load, and the angle of the seat and platform.

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The interactive interface (using an HD touch screen display) provides visual and audio biofeedback offering information on movements in the torso, distribution of load, and the angle of the seat and platform. By using gaming exercises, hunova encourages patients to beat their previous goals and scores, accelerating their recovery and turning therapy into a playful activity.

The interface is movable, so it can be used in either a standing or seated position.

Wireless position sensor
Placed on the patient's torso (or other areas of the body depending on the exercise), it can monitor the patient's movements, measuring accelerations and rotations in real time.
Remote tablet

The tablet allows operators to control one or more hunova units remotely and receive information in real time on the patient's performance of the exercise.

It allows operators also to prepare the patient's rehabilitation session in advance. When hunova is switched on, the tablet connects to it and is ready to transmit the protocol associated with the desired patient.

Selecting area of use: the operators selects from orthopedics, neurology, geriatrics, and sport.
Selecting area of the body or functional area: the operator selects the area of the body to be treated (ankle, knee, hip, torso, vestibular system, cognitive system).
Patient evaluation: hunova makes it possible to evaluate the patient's neuromotor condition while rehabilitation is being conducted, objectively measuring clinical and biometric parameters, and tracking progress by saving data and generating clinical reports.
Exercise setting: the operator changes the exercise parameters (duration, intensity, trajectory of motion, etc.).
Reports: hunova generates objective reporting that describes the progress of rehabilitation and the objective results the patient has achieved.
Ankle sandal
It fastens to the monopodalic platform to mobilize the ankle.
Knee stabilizer
Used in conjunction with the sandal, the stabilizer prevents compensation in the knee while performing rehabilitation exercises on the ankle.
Two removable handrails
Can be arranged depending on the exercise (seated or erect) to guarantee a safe support for the patient.

Through a series of clinical protocols developed specifically with various teams of experts, hunova gradually accompanies patients on their road to recovery while helping prevent injury.

Hunova revolutionizes how therapy is administered, because it allows for passive (mobilization) and active (with load and proprioceptive) exercises, and these can be adjusted depending on measurements taken by the sensors. It also allows physiotherapists to treat multiple patients at the same time by automating the rehabilitation process, intensifying the rehabilitation programs, and assessing patient performance in terms of movement, speed, strength, and other derived parameters. The use of this technology helps promote greater cooperation and communication between MDs and physiotherapists when it comes to patient treatment. The innovative hunova robotic system consists of a mobile platform for performing exercises in either mono- or bipodalic mode, and a mobile platform at the level of the seat. Both are highly programmable.

Through a series of clinical protocols, developed specifically with various teams of experts, hunova gradually accompanies patients on their road to recovery while helping prevent injury.

« The platform centers on the use of a highly efficient implementation system that is protected by an international patent (PCT) held by the IIT and the inventors. It is licensed exclusively to Movendo Technology. In addition to offering a system with an array of functions, hunova also allows clinicians to develop specific treatments to suit each individual patient. It can monitor their characteristics and motor skills as well as the functional and load parameters during the whole rehabilitation of the ankle joints, knee and hip, in a closed kinetic chain, thanks to sensors that measure the motions the patient performs. »

Jody Saglia, CTO & Co-Founder of Movendo Technology

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