C Leg Prosthetic System

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Charger AC Adapter,Adapter 757L16,4R104 60 4R57 4R41 4R111 N 4R40 4R118. 4R104 75 4R57 ST 4R43 4R111,4R89 4R116 4E50,with pyramid adapter with threaded connector. C Leg Knee Joint,Cosmetic Cover Protector,3C98 2 3C88 2 4X160 1 2. 4X150 2 4X73 4X261,Tube adapter Tube adapter 3S26,with torsion unit Cosmetic foam. not illustrated,Tube Adapter,Individual cosmetic,foam cover.
2R80 2R81 not illustrated,C Soft V2 4 and higher BionicLink. 1A30 1C30 1C40 1D35,Prosthetic Foot,1E56 1E57 1C60 1C61. 60X3 BionicLink,60X5 BionicLink PC,1C62 1C63 1C64,Accessories. 180 190 570,Rohradapter,max Systemh he 197 mm,max Systemh he 207 mm. max Systemh he 247 mm,max Systemh he 287 mm,max Systemh he 327 mm.
min Systemh he 147 mm,min Systemh he 157 mm,min Systemh he 197 mm. min Systemh he 237 mm,min Systemh he 277 mm,75 kg Stop 3. 75 kg Stop,100 kg Stop 100 kg Stop,4 136 kg Stop 125 kg Stop 4. 4X74 4X77 GB,max 100 kg,4X83 430 USB, 2R82 110 2R82 120 2R82 2R81 160 2R82 2R81 200 2R82 2R81 240. Rohradapter Auswahlscheibe,4 2R82 Standard 2R81 Torsionseinheit 4.
7 8 Justierbereich Justierbereich,7 C Leg C Leg compact C Leg C Leg compact 5. 3 Gewindeanschluss Justierkern,Systemh he Prothesenfu mm. proximale Systemh he 23 mm,proximale Systemh he 5 mm. distale Systemh he 191 mm,distale Systemh he 191 mm. totale Systemh he 214 mm,totale Systemh he 196 mm,Typ Fu gr e 6.
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31,1A30 67 68 69 70 71 72 3. 5 1C30 81 81 81 81 81 92 101 102 108 109,4 1C40 71 71 81 81 81 87 87 kg 75. kg 1D101 55 58 61 64 67 70 72 74 76,1D35 57 60 63 66 68 72 74 75 77. 1E56 34 35 35 35 35 36 36 36 36 37,Nur in Kombination mit C Leg compact. 1E57 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18,1M101 38 38 44 44 49.
46 48 53 53 57 59 64 64 64,116 117 118 120 124 125 136. 1C60 126 129 131 140 141 154 156 11,mit 2C6 N 11,1C61 1C62 163 164 166 167 175 177 177 D. 60 mit 2C6 S 4X,1C61 1C62 k,173 175 177 181 183 189 191 oc. mit 2C6 N tob,INFORMATION, These Instructions for Use were updated on 13 03 2012. Table of Contents,1 Important C Leg Information Intended Use 4.
1 1 Medical Purpose 4,1 2 Field of Application 4,1 3 Conditions of Use 5. 1 4 Qualification of the Prosthetist 5,1 5 Function 5. 1 6 Minimum scope of delivery 5, 1 7 Individual minimum system components not included in the scope of delivery 5. 1 8 Safety Instructions 5,General Safety Instructions 6. Patient Instructions 7,2 Alignment and Adjustment 10.
2 1 Connecting the Tube Adapter 10, 2 2 Bench Alignment Using an Alignment Tool such as L A S A R PRO S A Assembly 11. 2 2 1 Checking the Socket after Bench Alignment 12. 2 3 Torque Values of the Screw Connections 13,2 4 Charging the C Leg Prosthesis System 13. 2 6 BionicLink Optional Serial Data Cable 15,2 7 C Soft 15. 2 8 Optional Parameter Settings with Foam Cover and C Soft 15. 2 9 C Leg Modes 16,2 9 1 1st Mode 2nd Mode and 3rd Mode 16. 2 9 2 Standing Mode Function in the 1st Mode 19, 2 9 3 Optimization of the Damping Behaviour in the 1st Mode 21.
2 10 Pairing of the Remote Control and Battery Change 22. 2 10 1 Pairing 22,2 10 2 Battery Change 22,2 11 Finishing the Prosthesis 23. 2 12 Important User Instructions 23,Safety mode 23. Battery capacity 24,Empty battery mode 24, Safety signal for incorrect connection to the tube adapter 24. Ventilation 24,3 Additional Information 25,3 1 Service Intervals 25. 3 2 Damage Event 25,3 3 Technical Information 25,3 3 1 Symbols on the Joint 25.
3 3 2 Symbols on the Remote Control 25,3 4 Transportation 26. 3 5 Guaranty 26,3 6 Liability 26,3 7 CE Conformity 26. Explanation of Symbols used in these Instructions for Use. DANGER Warnings regarding directly impending risks of severe accident or injury. WARNING Warnings regarding possible risks of severe accident or injury. CAUTION Warnings regarding possible risks of accident or injury. NOTICE Warnings regarding possible technical damage. Recommended accessories for prosthetists,710D4 Torque Wrench. 710Y2 5 Hex Bit, 743L100 L A S A R Posture 647H189 Instructions for Use. 743L200 743L300 L A S A R Assembly 647H193 Instructions for Use. 60X3 BionicLink 647G192 Instructions for Use, 4X180 V2 4 and higher C Soft 647G268 Instructions for Use.
1 Important C Leg Information Intended Use,INFORMATION. Before using the C Leg please read these Instructions for Use thoroughly Please pay special attention to the. safety instructions, The patient must be taught how to handle care for and operate his her prosthesis properly. Please see the following Sections 1 3 Conditions of Use 1 8 Safety Instructions 2 4 Charging the C Leg Pros. thesis System 2 9 C Leg Modes 2 12 Important User Instructions 3 1 Service Intervals 3 3 Technical Informa. tion 3 6 Liability,1 1 Medical Purpose, The 3C98 2 and 3C88 2 C Leg knee joints are to be used exclusively for the exoprosthetic fitting of the lower. 1 2 Field of Application, The C Leg was designed for a broad field of application and can be used by transfemoral amputees as well as by. active hip disarticulation amputees For knee disarticulation amputees a version for long residual limbs is available. Field of application according to the Ottobock MOBIS Mobility System. Recommended for Mobility Grades 3 and 4 unrestricted outdoor walkers and unrestricted outdoor. walkers with especially rigorous demands,The patient must meet the following requirements.
The patient must meet the physical and mental requirements with regard to the perception of. acoustic signals and or mechanical vibrations, The skin on the residual limb must be fully healed. Approved for a patient weight of up to 136 kg 300 lbs. Exception T he 2R82 110 Tube Adapter is approved for a patient weight of up to. 100 kg 220 lbs, The 2R81 Tube Adapter is approved for a patient weight of up to 125 kg 275 lbs. 4 Ottobock C Leg Prosthetic System,1 3 Conditions of Use. INFORMATION, Advise your patients of the information in this section. The C Leg was developed for everyday activities and not for extreme sports such as free climbing parachuting or. paragliding For the necessary environmental conditions please see Section 3 3 Technical Information. The C Leg prosthesis system is designed exclusively for use on one patient Use of the product by other persons. is not approved by the manufacturer,1 4 Qualification of the Prosthetist.
The fitting of a patient with a C Leg may only be carried out by prosthetists who have been authorized with the cor. responding Ottobock training,1 5 Function, The 3C98 2 3C88 2 C Leg is a hydraulically damped monocentric knee joint with fully microprocessor controlled. stance phase and swing phase Strain gauges in the tube adapter measure the anterior and posterior bending. moment a knee angle sensor measures the flexion angle and angular velocity of the knee joint These measured. variables are transmitted to the microprocessor which then calculates the necessary movement resistance Ser. vomotors correspondingly open and close hydraulic valves to provide the required flexion and extension damping. This allows the C Leg to adapt in real time to the individual requirements and the activities of the prosthesis wearer. Additional modes permit activities such as cycling cross country skiing or inline skating. 1 6 Minimum scope of delivery,1 pc 3C98 2 3C88 2 C Leg Knee Joint. 1 pc 4X150 2 C Leg Remote Control, 1 7 Individual minimum system components not included in the scope of delivery. 1 pc 2R82 C Leg Tube Adapter,1 pc 2R81 C Leg Tube Adapter with Torsion Unit. 1 8 Safety Instructions,INFORMATION, Advise your patients of the information in this section.
Non observance of safety instructions Failure to follow the below mentioned safety instructions can lead to. a faulty control or malfunction of the C Leg and result in risk of injuries for the patient as well as damage to the. C Leg Prosthetic System Ottobock 5,General Safety Instructions. Alignment and adjustment error During alignment and adjustment of the prosthesis errors can occur result. ing in malfunction of the joint up to loss of function due to structural failure This can cause the patient to fall. Participation in an Ottobock product training course for the C Leg is obligatory before the first fitting. Additional product training courses may become necessary to qualify for fitting product updates. The tubes must not be shortened as that may damage the integrated strain gauges. During the data transfer PC to C Leg the prosthesis wearer must remain standing or sitting still and the. BionicLink or the communication cable must not be removed. If the prosthesis wearer uses crutches or walking canes during adjustment readjustment is required as soon. as he stops using these walking aids, Use of inappropriate prosthetic components If inappropriate prosthetic components are installed in the. prosthesis malfunction of the joints can occur up to loss of function due to structural failure This can cause the. patient to fall, Combine the C Leg only with adapters and feet approved by Ottobock see component overview on the folded. front page, Manipulations on system components Any changes or modifications you make to system components on. your own initiative can lead to malfunction of the joint up to loss of function due to structural failure This can. cause the patient to fall, Any changes or modifications to the device may limit its use.
The opening and repairing of the joint may only be performed by authorized Ottobock technicians and the. handling of the battery may only be carried out by Ottobock Service Centres exchanges are not permissible. Incorrect battery charging Charging the battery with battery chargers that have not been approved by Ottob. ock can lead to defects and result in malfunction of the joint This can cause the patient to fall. Advise the patient about the charging procedure and refer to the Patient Information Advise the patient of the fol. lowing patient instructions, Improper use of the joint Any kind of overloading or excessive strain as well as improper use can lead to de. fects and result in malfunction of the joint up to loss of function due to structural failure This can cause the patient. Advise the patient of the proper use of the C Leg as well as of the following patient instructions. Improper use of the remote control The remote control can get damaged by improper use This can lead to. malfunction of the remote control and result in unexpected actions of the joint This can cause the patient to fall. Advise the patient about the proper use of the remote control and refer to the Patient Information Advise the. patient of the following patient instructions, Switching between modes with the remote control When switching between modes with the remote con. trol the damping behaviour of the joint changes In certain situations this can cause the patient to fall. Advise the patients about the switching into the 2nd mode and refer to the Patient Information Advise the patient. of the following patient instructions,6 Ottobock C Leg Prosthetic System. Transport damage Mechanical impact or stress during transportation of the joint such as shocks and vibra. tions can lead to,defects and result in malfunction of the joint. defects on the battery and hydraulic damper resulting in leakage of liquid or. loss of function due to structural failure, This can cause the patient to fall as well as result in skin irritation.
Always use the transport packaging for transport, Results of product deterioration Wear and tear on system components can lead to malfunction of the joint. This can cause the patient to fall, In the interest of the prosthesis wearer maintenance of operational safety and guaranty the specified service. intervals must be complied with,Patient Instructions. Magnetic interferences The joint can malfunction when near high tension power lines transmitters transform. ers CT scanners or other sources of strong electromagnetic radiation such as security systems for goods in. department stores This can cause the patient to fall. Avoid proximity to strong magnetic and electric interference sources e g transformer stations high powered. radio or television transmitters, Thermal overloading Extended exposure to high temperatures can lead to defects and result in malfunction of. the joint up to loss of function due to structural failure This can cause the patient to fall. Avoid areas with extreme temperatures see Section 3 3 Technical Information. Mechanical overloading Exterior mechanical impact or stress such as shocks and vibrations can lead to. short circuits in the electronics and battery and result in malfunction of the joint. defects on the battery and hydraulic damper resulting in leakage of liquid or. loss of function due to structural failure, This can cause the patient to fall as well as result in skin irritation.
Do not expose system components to mechanical vibrations or shocks. Penetration of dirt and humidity Penetration of dirt and humidity into the system components can lead to. short circuits in the electronics and battery and result in malfunction of the joint. defects on the hydraulic damper resulting in leakage of liquid or. loss of function due to structural failure, This can cause the patient to fall as well as result in skin irritation. The C Leg was developed for everyday activities and not for extreme sports such as free climbing parachuting or paragliding For the necessary environmental conditions please see Section 3 3 Technical Information The C Leg prosthesis system is designed exclusively for use on one patient Use of the product by other persons

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