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News Medical Life Sciences

The strength of a person’s hand-grip could be an indicator of their cardiovascular risk, suggest findings from a major study published in The Lancet.

The research, which included almost 140,000 people from 17 countries found that having a weak grip strength was associated with an increased risk of heart attack, stroke and shorter survival.

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NEW clinical device for use in handgrip strength measurement and rehabilitation of hand strength
 

NEW protocols for improving muscle strength fully controllable by professional therapists

$400.00

MSRP

  • Light and portable

  • Permanent calibration, performs a start-up Calibration Test,Maximum Strength Test, Endurance Test, Rapid Exchange Test, Fixed Exercise and Stepped Exercise Protocols,

  • Configures measurements in Kilograms or Pounds. 

  • Configurable for patient home use

  • Electronic memory stores data, exercise parameters, and compliance

  • Capable of remote monitoring

  • Useful for medical practitioners to predict onset of cardiovascular and diabetic disorders

  • Priced comparable with hydraulic dynamometers