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The company PRODROMUS Sp. z o.o. obtained financial support from the European Regional Development Fund, Intelligent Development Operational Program for 2014-2020, Sub-measure 1.1.1 “Industrial research and development works carried out by enterprises” for the implementation of the project POIR.01.01.01-00-0374 / 20-00 pn . “Innovative rehabilitation robot for re-education and treatment of gait disorders”
The aim of the project is to develop an innovative robot (Prodrobot Magna) for the re-education and treatment of gait disorders in adult patients with paresis of the lower limbs of diseases (especially neurological diseases) or injuries.
The device will consist of:
- a ramp with a ramp that can be accessed by a wheelchair
- 2 fixed columns with patient screw lift and tiltable body support
- the metal supporting structure with a harness for the patient
- 2 extendable columns on which 2 movable orthoses for the patient’s lower limbs will be hung
- control panel frame with screen and keyboard
The point of attachment of the orthoses in the hip axis will move in 2 directions parallel to the Y and Z axes in a way that imitates the anatomical movement of the hips while walking, which is a complete novelty on a global scale. The device will be equipped with a control system that will enable the precise reconstruction of the trajectory for at least 5 exercise programs: walk, squat, swing, bicycle and climbing stairs, and a set of additional exercises to increase the range of mobility of selected muscle groups that will be selected in the project. The robot will have a data acquisition system to analyze the pressure and quality of the gait (feedback system) that allows you to monitor the progress in therapy, and a 2D games module and virtual reality visualization (VR) to increase patient involvement and thus the effectiveness of therapy.
The design will allow the patient to be fastened in a sitting position (in a wheelchair) and to automatically upright. The patient will be able to exercise with full leg load as well as partial relief. The robot will be sold via distributors to clinics and institutions providing services in the field of therapy and rehabilitation care.
Total project value: PLN 2 080 311.06
Co-financing of the project from the European Regional Development Fund: PLN 1,248,186.64.