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Inclinometer (Plurimeter)

Item No. MD-7W-009
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Dr_Rippstein 1

Liquid damped inclinometer for angle measurments

Plurimeter (Dr. Rippstein)


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Goniometers

Posture Evaluation plurimeter, inclinometer, joint, evaluation, movement, mobility, angle, hydrogoniometer

product description

The Plurimeter (Dr. Rippstein) is a liquid damped inclinometer. Measuring spine posture and spine motion.
Device measures angle against centroidal axis G. Main advantage against traditional Goniometers: one hand is off.


Photo 1: Measurement of cervical spine rotation on the right using an Inclinometer

Dial is adjustable in scale position 0° (0°,90°,180°). So you can take a differential measurement between 2 angles, i.e spine curvature measurement.


Photo 2: Measurement of lumbar spine flexion using 2 Inclinometers (optional differential measurement)

Many studies attest that this device shows comparable measuring results as X rays.

Well suitable for measuring large joints, i.e shoulder-, elbow-, knee- and hip joints.


Photo 3: Measurement of shoulder flexion using an Inclinometer.

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scientific papers

Author Year

Title

Source

Pubmed

Bruzek R 2008

Assessment Inklinometer

physiopraxis 2008;1:34-35

Chiarello CM 1993

Interrater reliability of the Cybex EDI-320 and fluid goniometer in normals and patients with low back pain.

Arch Phys Med Rehabil 1993;74(1):32-7

Abstract bei pubmed lesen

ASMUSSEN E 1959

Posture, mobility and strength of the back in boys, 7 to 16 years old.

Acta Orthop Scand 1959;28(3):174-89

Abstract bei pubmed lesen

Armstrong AD 1998

Reliability of range-of-motion measurement in the elbow and forearm.

J Shoulder Elbow Surg 1998;7(6):573-80

Abstract bei pubmed lesen

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