Although urbanization is progressing rapidly now, there are still many elderly people living in front of old residential areas. For various reasons, it is not convenient to go up and down the stairs. Some old people haven't gone down the stairs for several years? Now the stair-climbing wheelchair can solve the problem of these elderly people going up and down the stairs.
1、Motorized stair climbing chair stops while walking. Large load. The outstanding feature of the electric intelligent stair climber is mainly the large load, ranging from 170kg-220kg.
2、Comfortable operation. The control box of the Rui De Motorized stair climbing car adopts a battery-powered display, speed control button, height-adjustable handle, soft start, and power off the brake to make the operation more comfortable.
3. power box and control box separation technology. To solve the problem of difficult charging, the concept of separating the power box and control box was creatively proposed and became the industry standard. The independent power box is easy to load and unload, which greatly enhances the range of the stair climbing car.
Intelligent up and down stair wheelchair Motorized stair climbing car
Stair climbing tools developed specifically to solve the overload workload, based on the third generation, continue to optimize and improve the product, improve performance, make the product more practical, make the climbing car more practical and better.
More batteries, ordinary electric ladder truck battery, and control box as one, high cost of battery replacement, high temperature of the control system, resulting in short battery life, the newly upgraded electric ladder truck with power supply and control box split design. This utility model has the advantages of low cost, easy replacement, and long battery life.
The new upgrade of the baffle new upgraded Motorized stair climbing car adopts a new lengthened baffle, the baffle and carriage of the ordinary stair climbing car have been improved
Stair-climbing wheelchairs are through the electric, without the operator effort to get help students with mobility problems of the elderly can go up and down the stairs. Motorized stair climbing wheelchair mainly uses this electric motor can drive the track bite stair tread up and down the stairs. The control management system of the Motorized stair climbing wheelchair uses a kind of automatic brake function, when going up and down the stairs, the operator can stop and rest if we are tired of just releasing the control information button, and will not slip down.
Crawler type Motorized stair-climbing wheelchair
SomeMotorized stair climbing wheelchairs can not only climb stairs but can also travel on flat ground. You can switch between level walking and stair climbing functions. When walking on flat ground, you can walk like an ic motor after retracting the track. When you encounter stairs, you can put down the crawler and climb stairs like a small tank.
Interventional stair climbing Motorized wheelchair design is what we need students to operate by learning the assistance of others to achieve stair climbing action. The price level is generally around $4000-7000.
It depends. Infusion is not necessarily required for 3 days, but depends on the specific condition and cannot be generalized. Firstly, if there are clear indications for infusion, such as high white blood cell, neutrophil, lymphocyte or mononuclear granulocyte counts in routine blood count and C-reactive protein, or high C-reactive protein index, infusion can be given in case of upper respiratory tract infection or respiratory disease caused by viral infection. If the body temperature is not high or if the temperature is consistently within 38℃, you can switch to oral medication after the symptoms improve after 1 day of infusion. Second, if there is a significant increase in blood count in routine blood tests and it is accompanied by severe hyperthermia or other organ and systemic diseases, such as abdominal pain or the presence of obvious cough, sputum and chest pain, infusion can usually be given for about 3 days. Thirdly, if there are clear pulmonary infections, urinary system infections and abdominal infections, infusion is usually required for more than 5-7 days.
The rate of intravenous infusion by a China IV stand, usually for adults, is usually around 40-60 drops per minute. Children and elderly people, due to incomplete organ development or reduced cardiopulmonary function, usually infuse at a slower rate. The clinical infusion speed is usually related to many factors such as the patient's age, weight, physical condition, and the nature of the drug. Patients with cardiopulmonary and renal diseases, or patients with a weaker constitution, should also have a slower infusion speed.
For drugs with more severe vascular irritation, or drugs that require continuous infusion in small doses, the infusion rate is generally slower. There are also drugs that require rapid infusion to achieve therapeutic effects, and the final infusion rate should be carried out according to the doctor's orders.
Usually the infusion of anti-inflammatory fluid by a IV stand can go down in about 3-7 days, but the exact time varies from person to person. Some people may take 7-10 days or even longer for the inflammation to go down, which needs to be judged according to the severity of the condition.
If there is inflammation in the body, you need to seek prompt medical examination to understand the severity of the inflammation. If the condition is mild and only a bacterial infection occurs without other complications, recovery can usually be faster by way of infusion, and the symptoms of the disease can be effectively relieved in 3-7 days. However, if the condition is more serious and complications arise after bacterial infection, such as the development of pneumonia and other lung infections, it may take 7-10 days for the infusion to reduce inflammation.
If the inflammation is caused by bacterial infection, it is generally recommended to first treat with antibiotic drugs such as cefazolin sodium and amoxicillin under the guidance of a doctor. If the infection is also complicated by a virus, it should also be treated with antiviral drugs, such as acyclovir and valacyclovir, under the guidance of a doctor. In mild cases, oral medication will be administered in a timely manner and the patient will gradually recover after a period of time. If the disease is more serious, then infusion therapy is recommended and is relatively more effective.
During the process of inflammation treatment, it is important to take good daily care and try not to go to crowded places frequently. It is also necessary to keep the air circulating in the room and pay attention to rest to help the condition recover.
With the development of rehabilitation assist devices, outdoor electric wheelchairs have been given more caring designs. In addition to the basic mobility functions, the design has started to take more into consideration for the actual use of the elderly. When choosing an electric wheelchair, the elderly and disabled should take into account the environment they use and choose the right style. At the same time, they should also consider their actual needs and add more functions.
There are many types of electric wheelchairs on the market, which can be divided into aluminum, light materials and steel by material. Steel wheelchairs are relatively heavy in weight and the main structure is made of carbon steel, alloy steel or stainless steel. The process of steel tube wheelchairs is constantly improving and is now very mature. Many wheelchair manufacturers still choose steel tubes for the body of the wheelchair but its weight still does not reach the desired effect. With the demand for higher light weight, it is difficult to make a breakthrough in steel wheelchairs.
The weight of aluminum wheelchairs is about 10 pounds less than that of steel tubes, the strength is comparable to that of steel, and the density is 1/3 of that of steel. Compared with other materials, the lightweight effect is good, and it has good corrosion resistance, good recyclability, easy processing and shaping, and the surface spraying and anodizing processes are mature. Its relatively low production cost, perfect process technology and no need for professional production equipment and technology make aluminum alloy the most ideal and popular material for lightweight comprehensive performance at present. Aluminum alloy electric wheelchairs are more suitable for users with high floors, humid environments and frequent moving.
Electric wheelchairs can be divided into lead-acid battery-driven and aluminum battery-driven electric wheelchairs according to their batteries.
The lead-acid battery electric wheelchair adopts the latest electromagnetic brake technology, so it does not slip backwards uphill and has no inertia downhill. It is equipped with technically mature universal controller for more precise direction, easy driving and flexible control.
Another kind of electric wheelchair adopts large-capacity lithium battery as the power source, with stronger power. And it adopts aluminum alloy tube frame and ergonomic design to realize the structure of electric wheelchair with high strength, high load-bearing, light weight, small volume, and ready to fold. Lithium batteries are more environmentally friendly and have a longer service life than their plumbing counterparts.
Outdoor Electric wheelchairs can be divided into ordinary wheelchairs and special wheelchairs according to the type of use. Special wheelchairs can be divided into leisure sports wheelchairs, electric wheelchairs, stair climbing wheelchairs and so on, which are designed according to the different needs of users. There are also some special electric wheelchairs, depending on the condition of the patient, with a variety of different accessories, such as enhanced load capacity, special cushions or backrests, neck support systems and so on. In use, it is also different from the general electric wheelchair, because of the wide range of accessories, the operation is more troublesome, and is usually used for patients with serious illness or severe limb or trunk deformation. For the specific needs of patients with certain disabilities, there are a variety of special wheelchairs. Such as unilateral passive wheelchair, special wheelchair for going to the toilet, some wheelchairs with lifting devices, etc.
There are also special wheelchair docking carts that can be adjusted in width to accommodate a wide range of wheelchair sizes and used in conjunction with wheelchairs to help with stair access.
According to the usage scenarios, three different applications have been developed in the category of electric wheelchairs, namely indoor, outdoor and indoor/outdoor wheelchairs.
Indoor wheelchairs are suitable for indoor or outdoor use in close proximity. They are generally lightweight, with small front wheels and a small radius of rotation, and are mainly used by paraplegics or hemiplegics.
Outdoor wheelchairs can be used on unstable surfaces and have a large battery capacity and long battery life. Even on uneven surfaces, this type of wheelchair can travel, usually at a faster speed than indoor power wheelchairs.
Indoor and outdoor general-purpose wheelchairs combine the advantages of the above two types of wheelchairs, and they are general-purpose products that take into account lightness while ensuring range. This type of electric wheelchair usually needs to move on smooth and solid ground, and the battery capacity is usually not too large and the distance traveled is limited.
Nowadays, the pursuit of electric wheelchairs is not only about mobility, but also about meeting the emotional needs of users. Automation and information technology are the inevitable direction of wheelchair development.
Would you consider buying an electric wheelchair? Based on what we have described above, what kind of electric wheelchair would you consider buying?
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A spine board is a medical device used to immobilize the head and neck of a patient with a spinal injury, possibly a spinal injury. Most boards have additional straps or additional foam pads to further immobilize the head and neck.
The above is from an article on The Spine Board Blog, written by Dr. Max Mosely, chief of neurosurgery at the University of Minnesota Medical Center in Minneapolis. It follows an 8-month study on six patients who had undergone a spinal arthroplasty (spinal fusion). Dr. Mosely conducted several studies on the use of spines boards over the last 15 years but this was one of the first ones to look at their impact not just on recovery but also on overall well-being for patients after surgery.
The purpose of the spine board is to stabilize a patient who is lying on the floor and has a spinal injury. It is most often used in conjunction with crutches, and with one hand held behind their back, so that the patient can be raised onto the board.
We come across these devices (that are not medical devices) on a regular basis. They are called spine boards and are used for the same purpose and function as normal medical boards but for the ones who actually need it.
The spine board is a kind of specialized medical device that is used to immobilize a patient with a spinal injury or condition. There are several types of spinal boards, some with foam pads and some without. The board that we typically see is the one without pads and straps, which is specifically designed to be used by patients who cannot move their arms or legs and can only use their hands to hold themselves in place. Without pads, it is more likely to cause some discomfort in the neck area.
A spinal board is a medical device with a flat surface on which a patient can rest their head and neck. The surface can be flat, as in conventional pillows, or it may have additional padding and straps to hold the patient in place. The main purpose of a spine board is to prevent serious injury from potential falls by immobilizing the neck, head, upper back and upper limbs.
While spine boards are available for many products — including cars, computers, and even toothbrushes — they are most commonly used in the healthcare field to restrain patients who have sustained an injury that requires immobilization of their spine.
A spine board is a medical device that is used to restrain a patient with a spinal injury. It is used to provide support and stability to the vertebrae and sacrum, which are the two long bones that make up the spine.
Spine boards do not reduce any motion of the head or neck. The board’s purpose is to support the back and neck (the area between the neck and chest) by stopping movement of the head and neck, which can lead to further spinal injury.
The term spine board is used in relation to a medical device to restrain a patient with a spinal injury. There are several types of boards which have been produced over the last 50 years, including the following:
Chest-type board: The board is attached to, or can be fixed in place on, the inside of the chest. It is typically worn by an emergency medical technician who has a higher degree of emergency medical knowledge and skills.
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