Provided herein are patient mobility assessment devices having a mobility assistance device with an incorporated distance tracker for use in assessing the ambulation of a recovering medical patient. The distance tracker can be integrated into or removably attached to the mobility assistance device. The information obtained may be displayed on the mobility assistance device and/or at a nurse's station or other remote location for convenient monitoring of patient ambulation. Also provided herein are methods for evaluating patient ambulation using the mobility assessment device and optionally, provision of therapeutic ambulation protocols to a display on the device to assist with patient physical therapy and recovery.
A limb support coupler including a flexible body having opposing flexible body first and second faces, the flexible body conformingly embeddable within a limb support; and a connector outwardly extending from the flexible body first face. Further, a limb support coupler whereby the flexible body conformingly embeds within the limb support to dispose the flexible body first and seconds faces in adjacent generally parallel relation to respective limb support external and internal surfaces.
Provided are mobility assistance devices, particularly useful in medical settings where a patient ambulation is desired but the patient remains connected to one or many medical components. The system comprises a mast connected to a base, wherein the mast is angled with respect to the base and from which any number of medical components is supported. The device geometry and connections ensure the device is extremely stable and tip-resistant. Also provided are oxygen tank holders to reliably and conveniently hold oxygen tanks and power management systems that reliably provide electrical power without impacting device performance or mobility. The device is deployable to permit conversion between a compact storage configuration and a stable deployed configuration.
B60P 3/345 - Vehicles adapted to transport, to carry or to comprise special loads or objects comprising living accommodation for people, e.g. caravans, camping, or like vehicles the living accommodation being expansible, collapsible or capable of rearrangement characterised by living accommodation in the form of a removable body supported by the vehicle unit
An integrated infusion management system provides for stable support of components attached to the system, even when the system is mobile. The system is optionally a mobility assist or walker for a patient who is attached to any number of medical components. A central trunk connects to a two-sided base that does not interfere with patient motion. The trunk may be angled with respect to vertical and oriented to support medical components in a configuration that is tip-resistant. The system is optionally deployable to facilitate conversion between a compact storage configuration and a stable deployed configuration. In an embodiment, additional deployable features include holding arms for holding various medical components, wheels, mobility arms and handles. Also provided is a novel wheel system with deployable wheels and methods associated with providing compact storage of any one or more of the systems presented herein.