Fixed Myometry
Test Stronger Muscles or Muscle Groups

Utilized for Clinical Studies and Drug Trials
 Patient's  Electronic Documentation ------------- Evaluation and Therapy Progress
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Testing Equipment
Hand Grip
Pinch Strength
Finger Strength
Innovation in Muscle Strength
and Fatigue Assessment -
Patient & Subject Documentation

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 AEVERL Medical develops, manufactures and distributes  LifeForce QMA software, evaluation instruments and muscle strength and fatigue assessing systems.  

All muscles or muscle groups that may be isolated may be tested, using Hand  Dynamometers with analog output, pinch instruments or Fixed Myometry instruments for extremeties and large muscles and muscle groups.

Instruments normally utilized have capacities from 50 lb (25kg) to 300 lb (150kg). 
Incredibly accurate instruments provide a platform for repeatable and consistent data acquisition. Your testing protocols, training, experience and encouragement ensure proper patient participation and data consistency.

Fixed Myometry utilizes a relative fixed point for the subject/patient to exert effort.  This may be a frame or wall mounted unit.  Fixed Myometry is primarily utilized in  clnical studies, research and drug assess the desired muscles as determined in their protocol.  
Rehabilitative clinics may utilize fixed myometry with stronger muscles or larger muscle sets.  You may now document the rehab/recovery of the strong athelete and their large muscle groups to at least 90% of their adjacent side.   Accurate and consistent repeatable measurements are the norm. 

For those that Specialize in Hand Rehabilitative Therapy
1. Hand grip strength and fatigue
(five positions)
2. Pinch grip strength and fatigue (tip, key and palmar).
3. Individual Finger strength and fatigue.

Documentation of the progress of your patient through therapy or research may be acquired and reported electronically.  Professionally designed reports are automatically populated with the patient information and acquired data.  You complete the patients documentation with your evaluation and observations.

Evaluation may be continuing through therapy -
Compare the visit of your patient to a previous or baseline visit. Documentation may include the measured effort and the percentage change of each muscle tested from a previous visit.
PT Evaluation with a report may be completed in minutes. 

Compare the effort of your patient to NORMAL.
The efforts of a patient may be compared to those of an expected normal, based on age, gender and BMI (Body Mass Index).  The difference between the efforts of the patient and the expected amounts may be displayed as a percentage of deviation.   Deviation from an expected normal are calculated for each muscle or muscle group in the visit requested.  Documentaion may be requested at the conclusion of each visit, and a comparision made to the original visit, current visit or visit or your choice.    A high and low range as a percentage of the expected amount for each muscle tested are also calculated, to assist you in highlighting an area that you may determine requires additional attention. 

In research and clincial evaluation, efforts made by the patient scoring below the anticipated lower levels of deviation may indicate abnormal weakness of that muscle or muscle group.  Further assessment may be wise.

Lower scoring may also indicate that the patient is not fully engaged in the protocol, and the efforts are not representative of their true capacities.   This may be beneficial when a patient is completing a Funcional Capacity Examination (FCE).

Normal predictive calculations are based on publications by Mathiowetz, Bohannon, etc.   Reports with normal comparisons include those efforts most tested, the Extremeties and Hand and Pinch strength testing. <more>    

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