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Danninger Medical Technology Inc (see Furniss Corporation, Ltd.)

To the best of our knowledge, this company no longer sells assistive products. We list inactive companies for reference purposes only. The contact information listed is the last known for this company; current contact information is not available. If you have updated information on this company, please contact AbleData.

1145 Chesapeake Ave
Columbus, Ohio 43212
United States
Web: No known web address.

Discontinued products manufactured by Danninger Medical Technology Inc (see Furniss Corporation, Ltd.) (listed alphabetically)

  1. DANNIFLEX 400I & DANNIFLEX 400I MODULAR

    --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 12/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Continuous passive range of motion device for lower extremity. Hand control pendant with extension, flexion, and variable speed controls. Model 400i ($2495): Hip range of motion 7 to 95 degrees, knee range of motion - 5 to 110 degrees, full ankle range of motion, and adduction and abduction of the foot. Model 400i Modular ($2800): can be adjusted from pediatric size to full adult size, hip range of motion 6 to 102 degrees in pediatric and 7 to 95 degrees in adult; knee range of motion -5 to 100 degrees in both sizes; full ankle range of motion, and adduction and abduction of the foot. Delay timer. 120 Volt AC, portable, weight 24 pounds. Options: home, standard hospital and traction bed mounts available.

  2. DANNIFLEX 400SL CPM SYSTEM

    --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 12/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Continuous passive motion device for leg. Provides passive range of motion from 10 to 100 degrees at the hip, 0 to 110 degrees at knee, full ankle range of motion and adduction or abduction of the foot. Leg is supported by padded frame and foot is encased in boot. Battery powered. Fits all size limbs and either leg. Variable speed, with built in delay timer. Options: universal hospital bed attachment, home bed attachment. Control box has minute/hour meter.

  3. DANNIFLEX 900 SYSTEM

    --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 12/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Continous passive range of motion device for hand. Full palmar closure. Fits large range of hand sizes. Permits mobilization of individual digits or by group of digits. DIP, PIP and MP flexion can be done without blocking. Battery powered or 110 volt AC. Variable speed, 30 or 60 seconds per cycle, and 0 to 30 second delay between cycles. Weight 18 ounces.

  4. DANNIFLEX CPM 450 / 455 SYSTEM

    --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 12/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Continuous passive range of motion device for lower extremity. Model 450 ($2750) for adults only: hip range of motion 7 to 95 degrees, knee range of motion -5 to 100 degrees, full ankle range of motion, and adduction and abduction of foot. Model 455 ($2900) for pediatric or adult: hip range of motion 6 to 102 degrees for pediatric, and 7 to 95 degrees for adult; knee range of motion -5 to 110 degrees for both sizes; full ankle range of motion; adduction and abduction of the foot. 120 volt AC. Hand held pendant control unit. Variable speed, delay timer.

  5. MOBILIMB

    --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Continuous passive motion device for elbow or shoulder joints. Battery operated lightweight metal cylinder, with inner cylinder that slides up and down so that the attached hand brace moves the arm up and down. Attached to person with a padded metal shoulder brace, chest and waist strap. Range of motion and speed of operation are adjustable. Rechargeable battery.

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