Genium X3 lower limb prosthesis
The OPG technology integrated in the leg prosthesis enables an “optimised physiological gait”. This means that the Genium X3 allows users to walk with a nearly natural gait, even on difficult terrain and at changing speeds. To ensure this, the built-in sensors continuously review the wearer’s current gait phase. The microprocessor-controlled prosthesis responds immediately and intelligently to these situations – and even enables users to climb stairs step-over-step. It also makes it possible to walk backwards as well as stand and walk on slopes – intuitively, and with proven safety.
Presets for recreation and work
Five settings can be pre-configured for various activities with the Genium X3. Users can simply select the various modes – an app on their smartphone is one way of doing so – and the lower limb prosthesis adjusts the movements accordingly. These might be presets for recreational activities such as cycling, but also for physiotherapy or work. For example, the O&P professional can define a personal mode for an auto mechanic so he or she can stand in a stooped position for extended periods while servicing a jacked-up vehicle. The app also displays additional information such as the battery charge level. The battery lasts for approximately five days with average use.
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