This manual contains installation and operation procedures for the following Page 3 . Considerations for Safe Operation of Your Biodex Multi-Joint System. Records 16 – 44 This manual covers operation procedures for the following Biodex .. Biodex Multi-Joint System 3, Rev 2 or higher, with the proper hardware. Bi doex. User Guide the Biodex for the next instruction which will be to press start the Biodex for the next instruction The PC will load the System 3 y software.

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Use with Quick-Set configuration.


Attachment, Pediatric Right Knee. Instruct subject to lie on positioning chair so that hip to be tested is on top.

Range of motion limits should be set so that the mechanical stop on the attachment or fixture will not contact the mechanical stop on the dynamometer. You can now gently push or pull the dynamometer to the desired position. The knee is also the most com-monly tested and rehabilitated joint on the Biodex System.

Rotate Wrist attachment to horizontal do not remove. Slide dynamometer to opposite position. Owner s Manual Read and keep this manual.

That’s why so many world class facilities depend on Biodex. Should there be a weakness, the pelvis will exhibit a drop. Place limb support in the opposite receiving tube. External rotation may initially be limited with ROM stop buttons or percent dials sustem prevent this.


Press Start to begin the test or exercise ses- sion.

Dynamometer height, angle, rotation, and position may also need adjustment. Before proceeding with a test or exercise bout, always ensure a comfortable range of motion for the subject.

To adjust the seatback tilt, boidex up on one of the Seatback Tilt Handles, locat-ed on either side of the lower seatback frame. To use this website, you must agree to our Privacy Policyincluding cookie policy. Rotate attachment do not remove to horizontal. Press this button a second time to resume the test or exercisesession. These injuries may be treated by working either passively, isokinetically, or eccentrical- ly at submaximal levels.

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Prior to performing traditional isotonics on weight equipment, a patient can perform various contractions isotonically to ensure proper muscular function. Failure to follow the safety rules and other basic niodex precautions may result in serious More information.

These stabilization handles are also convenient for the clinician as a means to pull or 5 push the chair fore or aft on the T-base.

Be sure to loosen the seat locking knob when adjusting the height of the seat or the position of the seat back. Multi-angle isometrics may be performed early in the rehabilitation process or to work near painful points in the ROM.

Rotate the dynamometer to the yellow color code positions when setting up to test or exercise the patient s left side. Turn thelocking knob in a CW direction until tight to secure the support in place.



Biodex Objective Data helps you communicate need, progress biode outcome clearly and accurately. The internal goniometer of the unit is based on this reference angle. The also supply a consistent hand positioning forexercise sessions.

Whenever there is wrist involvement, it is important to examine shoulder and elbow move- ments.

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manial The passive mode may also be used to assist with neurologic retraining in the first few weeks after injury or surgery. Owners Manual and Installation Instructions. While the following setups are standard, it should be noted that other positioning setups are pos-sible. Ensure that the dynamometer and computer power switches on the front of the controller are set to the ON l position.

Placing your hands or fingers between the dynamometer input shaft or attachment and the mechanical ROM stops may result in serious injury. Tighten the attachment locking knob to secure the footplate in place.

The Heel Cup Release Buttons are located on the top side of the footplate at the heel end. Subject should face away from dynamometer with hip axis of manyal aligned with dynamometer input shaft.