Range of Motion Kit (Goniometers)

Range of Motion (ROM) Kit (R500)

The E-LINK ROM Kit consists of a small and a large Goniometer which are precise electronic tools designed for accurate and speedy data collection. The Goniometer is simply placed over a joint and at the single click of a button the reading is entered automatically into the software and seen on the graphic.

E-LINK software easily generates progress reports that can be utilized as definitive outcome measures. It also incorporates a powerful export function which is ideally placed for clinical research or audit.

Large Goniometer Measurements

  • Wrist: Active and passive, extension and flexion, radial and ulnar deviation
  • Forearm: Active and passive, pronation and supination
  • Elbow: Active and passive, extension and flexion
  • Shoulder: Active and passive, extension and flexion, abduction and adduction, internal and external rotation
  • Hip: Active and passive, extension and flexion, abduction and adduction, internal and external rotation
  • Knee: Active and passive, extension and flexion, valgus and varus, internal and external malrotation
  • Ankle: Active and passive, dorsiflexion/plantarflexion, inversion/eversion
  • Documentation of amputation, ankylosis, and arthrodesis for the above joints
Small Goniometer (N300) measuring finger range of motion

Small Goniometer Measurements

  • Hand (fingers and thumb): Active and passive, extension and flexion, abduction and adduction, lateral deviations and rotational deformities, calculation of total active motion and total passive motion
  • Toes: Active and passive, MTP flexion/extension, IP flexion of the great toe
E-LINK EP20M System

Upper & Lower Extremity Systems

E-LINK systems package together popular accessories tailored to meet a wide range of clinical applications.

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ROM Kit Includes

  • Small Goniometer (N300)
  • Large Goniometer (N400)
  • Range of Motion (ROM) evaluation software

ROM Kit Requirements

The ROM Kit is available as a wireless or wired connection to a computer.

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