The Baseline Back-Leg-Chest Dynamometer is designed for clinical use. This device features an oversized solid base for safety and cushioned handgrips. The chain adjusts for height differences or to vary the point of force application. The strength indicator remains at the individual's maximum reading until reset. The scale measures to 660 pounds/300 kilograms.
The Baseline Hand Evaluation Set is a set of a dynamometer, pinch meter, finger circumference gauge, and finger muscle tester designed for clinical use. The set includes a hydraulic hand dynamometer, a 30-pound pinch gauge, steel finger goniometer, two-point discriminator with a third point, a Wartenburg pinwheel, finger circumference gauge, and a functional finger motion gauge.
The Baseline Hydraulic Hand Dynamometer is designed for clinical use to measure grip strength. The device features an adjustable handle with five positions to accommodate any hand size. The indicator remains at the individual's maximum reading until reset. The device registers up to 200 pounds. A carrying case is included. WARRANTY: Three years.
The Baseline Hydraulic Hand Evaluation Set is a set of a dynamometer, pinch meter, finger circumference gauge, and finger muscle tester designed to evaluate the strength and range of motion of the hands and fingers. The set includes a hydraulic hand dynamometer, a 50-pound pinch gauge, and a stainless steel finger goniometer.
The Jamar Hand Evaluation Kit, model 5030 kit, is an evaluation kit designed to provide everything for hand and finger evaluations. The kit includes: (1) Jamar Hydraulic Hand Dynamometer - PC 5030 J1; (2) Jamar Hydraulic Pinch Gauge - PC 5030HPG; (3) Jamar 5.5 inch Finger Goiniometer - PC 5050K. The kit comes with a storage and carrying case with individual compartments for each instrument.
The Jamar Hydraulic Hand Dynamometer, model 5030J1, is an instrument designed to measure grip-force strength in pounds and kilograms up to 200 pounds/90 kg. The analog gauge is protected by a shock-resistant rubber protective cap. The handle is made of die-cast aluminum and is adjustable for 5 grip positions to fit most hand sizes. The handle has a wrist strap designed to minimize the change that the instrument will fall upon release. Includes instructions and norms in a carrying/storage case. W
Instrument for measuring grip strength. Adjustable handle with 5 grip positions from 1.35 to 3.35 inches. Registers force from 0 to 200 pounds or 0 to 90 kilograms on a dual scale. Dial readout.
The McCarron Assessmnet of Neuromuscular Development (MAND), model S104, is a motor skills evaluation system designed for use by individuals with balance, fine motor, grasping, neurological, or walking disabilies. The system includes a test manual, one package of MAND-VI Score Forms, a hand dynamometer, a stopwatch-timer, a walking line, and other components for measuring fine and gross motor functions. OPTIONS: Tactile Strip for MAND Walking Line (model X132) to enable individuals who are blind
HPM's Models BEP I, II, III, IV, V, and VII comprise a family of measurement tools designed to test standardized extremity and basic central processing performance measures. Each system consists of menu driven software, an interface unit that provides stimuli, a power supply, and manual. Responses are entered directly into the computer from the interface units. Data is then presented in both raw form and visual format. Data representing standardized reference populations is included. Performance
The Saehan Hydraulic Hand Dynamometer, model SH5001, is a dynamometer designed for use by individuals with upper extremity or grasping disabilities. The device measures isometric grip force from 0 to 200 pounds. Its die-cast aluminum handle adjusts to five positions to accommodate grip spans from 1.5 to 3.5 inches. A shock resistant rubber cap protects the stainless steel gauge, and a wrist strap helps prevent accidental damage from dropping. The device comes with instructions, norms, and a carr
The Simulator II is an assessment and evaluation system designed for use as part of physical therapy of the upper extremity and hands. With measures in both isotonic and isometric modes, this system can replicate most upper extremity functional activities, including lifting, to support the evaluation of strength and functional capabilities. It comes with software with routines for extensive return-to-work assessments including Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCEs). Using this software, the the