Rimec S.r.l. of Rioveggio (BO) at MEDICA 2017 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA Trade Fair
Manufacturers

Rimec S.r.l.

Localita Braine, 57/A, 40036 Rioveggio (BO)
Italy

Telephone +39 051 6777798
Fax +39 051 6777357
rimec@rimec.it

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MEDICA 2017 hall map (Hall 4): stand H37

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MEDICA 2017 fairground map: Hall 4

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Electromedical equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.07  Emergency Medicine / Rescue Equipment
  • 01.07.03  First-aid equipment
  • 01  Electromedical equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.07  Emergency Medicine / Rescue Equipment
  • 01.07.03  First-aid equipment
  • 01.07.03.02  Equipment for first aid functional rooms

Equipment for first aid functional rooms

  • 04  Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology
  • 04.12  Rehabilitation equipment and devices
  • 04  Physiotherapy / Orthopaedic Technology
  • 04.12  Rehabilitation equipment and devices
  • 04.12.03  Movement splints (arm splints, leg splints, shoulder splints etc.)

Movement splints (arm splints, leg splints, shoulder splints etc.)

Our products

Product category: First-aid equipment, Rehabilitation equipment and devices

Fisiotek 3000 E

THE LIGHTEST ON THE MARKET, RECOMMENDED FOR HIRE
Code : F3E

Fisiotek 3000 E model uses flexion-extension movement to allow mobilisation of the knee and hip. The movement of the device is based on the correct adjustment of the length of the patient’s femur, which is necessary for the positioning of the limb. The device is light-weight, only 9.5 kg, to ensure the greatest manoeuvrability during use. Limbs with a length relative to the patient’s femur from 32 cm to 49 cm can be rehabilitated. The device can be programmed by means of:

  • The control console;
  • The hand-held programmable keypad;
Both units display new self-explanatory graphic symbols that provide clear images to make use easy and intuitive. The programmable features make it possible to meet different rehabilitation needs through means of customised and therefore more effective control.

Hand-held programmable keypad: the hand-held programmable keypad has been designed to empower the patient to actively participate in rehabilitation therapy (when possible). The keypad unit contains all the programming keys for the device, as well as START & STOP buttons for movement control.

Control console: the control console is used to program the functions of the Fisiotek device. The information display provides extremely sharp graphic symbol images that are clear and easy to understand to make use intuitive.

Remote-controlled START & STOP: the patient can use the Start & Stop buttons to fully control movement of the device.

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Product category: First-aid equipment, Equipment for first aid functional rooms, Rehabilitation equipment and devices

Fisiotek 3000 G

THE LIGHT MODEL WITH ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Code : F3G

Fisiotek 3000 G model uses flexion-extension movement to allow mobilisation of the knee and hip. The movement of the device is based on the correct adjustment of the length of the patient’s femur, which is necessary for the positioning of the limb. The device is light-weight, only 9.5 kg, to ensure the greatest manoeuvrability during use. Limbs with a length relative to the patient’s femur from 32 cm to 49 cm can be rehabilitated. The device can be programmed by means of:

  • The control console;
  • The hand-held programmable keypad;
Both units display new self-explanatory graphic symbols that provide clear images to make use easy and intuitive. The programmable features make it possible to meet different rehabilitation needs through means of customised and therefore more effective control.

Hand-held programmable keypad: the hand-held programmable keypad has been designed to empower the patient to actively participate in rehabilitation therapy (when possible).The keypad unit contains all the programming keys for the device, as well as START & STOP buttons for movement control.

Control console: The control console is used to program the functions of the Fisiotek device. The information display provides extremely sharp graphic symbol images that are clear and easy to understand to make use intuitive

Remote-controlled START & STOP: The patient can use the Start & Stop buttons to fully control movement of the device.

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Product category: First-aid equipment, Equipment for first aid functional rooms, Rehabilitation equipment and devices

Fisiotek 3000 N

A SOLID MODEL , RECOMMENDED FOR HIRE
Code : F3N

Fisiotek 3000 N model uses flexion-extension movement to allow mobilisation of the knee and hip. The asymmetric frame structure permits anatomically correct movement: placement is made according to the patient’s limb length, measured from the greater trochanter to the lateral malleolus. Limbs from 72 cm to 100 cm in length can be rehabilitated. Additionally, an accessory for limbs less than 72 cm in length is available to provide rehabilitation support for limbs as short as 61 cm. The device can be programmed by means of:

  • The control console;
  • The hand-held programmable keypad;
Both units display new self-explanatory graphic symbols that provide clear images to make use easy and intuitive. The programmable features make it possible to meet different rehabilitation needs through means of customised and therefore more effective control.

Hand-held programmable keypad: the hand-held programmable keypad has been designed to empower the patient to actively participate in rehabilitation therapy (when possible). The keypad unit contains all the programming keys for the device, as well as START & STOP buttons for movement control.

Control console: the control console is used to program the functions of the Fisiotek device. The information display provides extremely sharp graphic symbol images that are clear and easy to understand to make use intuitive.

Remote-controlled START & STOP: the patient can use the Start & Stop buttons to fully control movement of the device.

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Product category: First-aid equipment, Equipment for first aid functional rooms, Rehabilitation equipment and devices, Movement splints (arm splints, leg splints, shoulder splints etc.)

Fisiotek HP2

Fisiotek HP2 is a highly versatile apparatus that offers passive shoulderelbow and wrist mobilization with various types of movements. Its base rests on 5 pirouetting wheels with a brake, and this allows the apparatus to be easily moved and locked in the desired position. It is adjustable in height and the body of the apparatus can be tilted. This makes it possible to perform the entire arthral range of movements, to use it with the patient sitting or supine, and to have a wide choice of the plane surface where the movement will be carried out. A variety of accessories can be mounted on its mechanical arm, depending on the type of rehabilitative movement chosen.It is possible to program all of the functions on the fixed keyboard. The movable keyboard allows the patient to stop and start the movement by using the STOP and START pushbuttons, which have the same function of those on the fixed keyboard.

Movements carried out on the shoulder:

  • Elevation 5° ÷ 180°
  • Adduction-abduction 35° ÷ 150°
  • Internal-external rotation 90° ÷ 0° ÷ 90°
Movements carried out on thel elbow (with appropriate accessories):

  • Flexo-extension 0° ÷ 150°
  • Prone-supination 90° ÷ 0° ÷ 90°
Movements carried out on thel wrist (with appropriate accessories):

  • Flexo-extension 80° ÷ 0° ÷ 80°
  • Ulnar-radial deviation 20° ÷ 0° ÷ 30°

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Product category: First-aid equipment, Equipment for first aid functional rooms, Rehabilitation equipment and devices

Fisiotek LT

Fisiotek LT is an appliance that allows the shoulder to undergo passive mobilization with different movements; It allows it to be used with the patient seated or supine. This model is characterised by its simplicity, ease of handling and quality of movement. Positioning of the patient is an easy and smooth operation.

Movements carried out for the shoulder:

  • Elevation during flexion, range: 0°÷ 180°
  • Internal-external rotation, range: 90° ÷ 0° ÷ 90°
  • Adduction-abduction: complete physiological range

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About us

Company details

In keeping with a production reconversion project, in 1980 Rimec turned its production to the electromedical equipment sector, or more precisely, to the production of machines designed for passive rehabilitation.

Rimec is making a name for itself worldwide in this sector, and it competes with multinational companies that cover the entire spectrum of health products. It approaches the market by taking part in the sector’s most important international trade show events, and is present at specialist physicians’ conventions, during which the company’s production faces up to the judgement of the world of science.

Notwithstanding the short amount of time that has elapsed since the company entered this market, it is present in all of the EU countries, as well as Middle East, Sub-Saharian Region, Southern Africa, Central America, Far East, Gulf Area, Indian Sub-continent, Caucasian Region, Eastern and Southeastern Asia, Australia.

Today the company is recognised as one of the most highly qualified manufacturers of passive rehabilitation equipment (CPM). In 1997 it put an extremely innovative rehabilitator for passive movement of upper limb articulations on the market, and this has place the company at the top of the market segment it addresses in terms of quality.

The range expanded in 2005 with a new model for shoulder mobilization. Completing the range of Rimec products are equipment designed for plaster rooms and orthopaedic casualty departments, such as an oscillating saw for removing plaster casts, an aspirator for plaster cast saws, and a battery-operated drill for inserting Kirschner wires.

On 2013, the company introduces the 5th series of mobilizers for passive rehabilitation of lower limbs, Fisiotek 3000 series, which represents the modern and functional breakthrough of the CPM methodology.

One year later, on 2014, Rimec enriches the series for upper limbs, introducing Fisiotek LT-G and Fisiotek LT-P, the new models respectively conceived for elbow and wrist’s passive rehabilitation.

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