The Japan Corporate News Network reports:
Yaskawa Electric announced on March 10 that it will begin marketing the TEM LX2 typeD, a new rehabilitation device, on March 21.
With its improved functionality and operationality, the new model supports lower extremity rehabilitation work at hospital and at home. Specifically, it can achieve a knee-bend motion resembling to the treatment provided by medical professionals.
Google-assisted translation of the press release isn’t helpful. The device (robot?) certainly looks like a continuous passive motion (CPM) machine for post-op management of replaced knees. Any ideas?
The original press release in Japanese…