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CLASSIC LINE. The models from the STAND UP Series offer various solutions to satisfy the personal needs of a large number of users, according to the user’s motor capabilities and the availability of assistance.
Depending on their level of strength, users can assume a vertical standing position manually, or with the help of a gas strut or motor operated seat. If transferring from the wheelchair to the standing aid is more difficult, and if there are greater needs for restraints and stability, the model provided with an electric motor-assisted harness can be used.
ADJUSTING THE STRUCTURE IN HEIGHT
the support structure easily adapts to the user’s height as it can be adjusted by means of a gas strut. This adjustment can also be made by the user in a quick and easy way, with no need for external help even when they are already standing. The knee, lateral and trunk supports are adjusted accordingly, for greater safety and comfort of the user.
Each model is ready to be fitted with a series of accessories which, should they be deemed appropriate, give the user greater comfort, better and safer restraint and further improve accessibility.
When the person is in a sitting position, the seat can approach and align perfectly horizontally when pushed by the assistent if the version is not motorized. Consequently, the person is facilitated in the transfer on the device when the seat is aligned to the starting seat. Our standing devices can be meant as "sit-to-stand" lifters to also transferring of the person in sitting or intermediate position.
“There are no precise indications as to the duration and frequency of use required to experience specific benefits from using these tools. Most studies refer to a 30-45 minutes use per day. However, it appears that those who can stand up for 1 and half hours per day can benefit from a great improvement regarding secondary complications.It would therefore appear that the minimum recommended time may be 30 minutes.”
Graduating Thesis by Amon Rambaldini
Master in “Assistive Technology – Aids for the Wider User Base”
University of Trieste – Academic Year 2003-2004
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