Shanghai Fourier Intelligence Robot Enters Siloam Hospitals
Patients at Siloam Hospital Lippo Village now are aided on their road to recovery by a rehabilitation robot named "ArmMotus-M2" from Shanghai-based robotics startup Fourier Intelligence
Shanghai, August 16, 2019 – Leading Chinese rehabilitation robotics company Fourier Intelligence announced today that its upper limb rehab robot has been adopted on a trial basis by Siloam Hospitals in Indonesia and was highly rated by doctors and therapists alike.
Starting today, ArmMotus-M2 upper limb robot will be deployed to the Lippo Village branch of Indonesia's largest private hospital chain for a month, so that patients there will be able to try the gadget and see how it can assist the recovery of stroke victims and others suffering mobility impairment in their arms and shoulders, said Tai Zhi Kang, a Business Development manager with Fourier Intelligence's Singapore office.
He added that the company is in close contact with the hospital operator to monitor the effect of the device, pending further talks about the possible purchase or rental of its technology after the trial period comes to a close.
"Actually, our products were also demonstrated and put to use at Pun Hlaing Siloam hospitals groups in Myanmar two months earlier," said Tai. "We hope that in a month, we could take our kit to all the units under Siloam Hospitals across Indonesia."
As therapists at Siloam Hospitals search for alternatives to their current treatment approach, where therapists guide patients manually through training sessions, this will provide an opportunity for Fourier Intelligence to explore wider application of its cutting-edge technology and deliver hospital staff from their mundane routines of one-on-one treatment, Tai noted.
About Fourier Intelligence
Fourier Intelligence is an innovative global technology company focusing on developing, manufacturing and marketing of rehabilitation robotics and exoskeleton. The company is committed to making life easier for overworked therapists by cutting their workload since much of their treatment is person to person. Fourier's ultimate goal is to enhance the efficiency of therapy for stroke victims and other patients and help to fill the shortfall of qualified therapists in China and beyond.
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