Early Rehabilitation with the FLOAT for Patients after Extended Bed Rest

Long-term bed rest in isolation and/or treatment in the ICU can cause devastating complications leading to persistent weakness, functional disability and decreased exercise tolerance. Early and persistent loss of skeletal muscle of severe critically ill patients occurs early and rapidly during the first week of bed rest and ICU admission. The resultant muscular atrophy leads to persistent functional disability that compromises patients long after discharge from hospital. Download the application note to get to know more how the FLOAT can provide a flexible and safe rehabilitation environment for post-ICU patients.


Download the Application Note!