RestoreSensor™: Record Objective Data
The Choice of Continuous Motion
Clinical Challenges with Position Change
RestoreSensor offers unprecedented possibilities for continuous motion
RestoreSensor™ Listens to and Learns from patients
A 3-axis accelerometer inside
detects patient posture while the patient is moving and adjusts amplitude accordingly.
A recording memory mode remembers these changes for the future.
This accelerometer recognizes up to six different body positions.
What is a 3-axis accelerometer?
Two standing positions and four lying positions:
Lying back Lying right Upright Upright Lying Left Lying Front
The area of each position is defined according to an individual patient’s needs:
The Upright position is thought of as a geometrical cone and the Lying position as a donut (see figure)
The virtual limits of the geometrical cone and the donut can be customized to meet a patient’s individual needs
The settings linked to various positions during programming will be applied as long as the patient’s posture corresponds to the area programmed.