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The physical toll put on nurses and care workers is a significant pain point of the job. By implementing a solution to add support and safety to their daily tasks, these critical roles can end a shift revitalized and ready to take on another day.

Our powered suit adds relief and support for tasks like: Lifting patients out of beds and into wheelchairs and vice-versa; assisting during examinations; for washing and changing clothes; for changing the position of bed-ridden patients; or simply for getting patients in an upright or more comfortable position.
Areas and tasks most common for exoskeleton use:
Elderly Care
For patients who cannot stand or lift independently, care workers often utilize their own strength or bulky lifting assistants. An exoskeleton tool can be a more flexible solution to address needs comfortably and efficiently in a less threatening way.
In such a fast-paced, critical environment like a hospital, nurses may feel pressure (or have no other options than) to utilize their own strength when caring for patients. With so many common tasks requiring the movement or lifting of patients, an exo suit can be easily deployed to add support without causing disruption.
Rehabilitation Staff
Lifting and supporting of patients is also a common occurrence in rehabilitation clinics. Similarly to elder care, the tools that exist can be bulky and intrusive. With the use of an exoskeleton, therapists can interact more closely with patients without sacrificing their health and wellbeing utilizing their own physical strength.
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“I’ve tried it and I must say I am extremely impressed!”
Sara Vaz Contreiraz
Nursing Ward Supervisor
Geriatric Ward, Charité Berlin
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