The Symphonie Aqua System Basic permits a plaster impression to be produced under full weight-bearing load. The specially developed membrane uniformly captures an impression of the anatomy of the residual limb. The pressure is generated by the patient’s weight and the girth of the residual limb. The system can be adapted for mobile use by connecting an equalizing tank to it. The distally ﬁxed membrane results in tapering of the limb contour.
Due to the resulting hydrostatic pressure of this technology, the individual body weight is optimally and absolutely evenly transferred to the limb’s surface while taking the plaster impression.
The contours of the residual limb determine the socket form.
The replicability of the impression speeds up and simplifies the care processes. Extensive model modification and trying on is no longer required.
An additional volume modification is necessary for all passive systems (SA Basic, Ready, and Gravity). The correct volume is already set for the Symphonie Aqua VC TT and TF systems.
Depending on the pre-cut socket edge proximal, each ML measurement in the supracondylar area must be reduced by 5 mm.
The pressure can be easily calculated by using the free Symphonie Aqua VC App. The link for the download can be found on our website.
In order to determine an accurate fitting under a full load, the patient must be able to stand. The objective is to produce an accurately fitting socket for the patient.
The Symphonie Aqua VC TT & TF Systems can also be employed for mobile usage. The systems are delivered in convenient cases, which can then be transported without difficulty.
Trans-femoral amputation and trans-tibial can be serviced. The Symphonie Aqua VC TF System was developed for femoral patients. The Symphonie Aqua VC TT System can be used for tibial patients. Additionally, our systems enable ideal care for patients with knee disarticulation.
Mobility grade 1: indoor walker; mobility grade 2: limited outdoor walker; mobility grade 3: unlimited outdoor walker; mobility grade 4: unlimited outdoor walker with especially high demands
There are no restrictions concerning liner systems. We recommend the Symphonie Aqua Liner for providing an accurate fitting.
Yes. For this, we recommend the use of a stocking or a thin legging in order to exert a light pre-compression on the tissue.
We will gladly demonstrate the Symphonie Aqua Systems on your premises. Please contact us directly regarding questions or for individual consultation.
Ideal for use in the Symphonie Aqua system
For use in the Symphonie Aqua VC TT system with exarticulations at the knee joint. The closed hydrostatic pad distributes the weight bearing completely evenly over the
anatomical form of the residual limb’s distal end. The partially elastic membrane completely adapts to the anatomical contours and provides a homogeneous pressure distribution on the limb. The anatomical form of the residual limb’s distal end are uniformly reproduced.
Protect the membrane from plaster residue
The 700 series of the Symphonie Aqua Liner is designed speciﬁcally for use in combination with the Symphonie Aqua System. The soft, 6 mm thick gel layer ensures good absorption of all forces acting on the residual limb. The medical-grade silicone is very friendly to the skin, anti-allergic and easy to clean.
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In its passive conﬁguration, the Aqua System Ready, which features the VC-membrane, was developed for producing plaster impressions under full weight-bearing load.
The Symphonie Aqua System Gravity was specially designed for preparing casts based on the “total surface weight bearing” philosophy. The special Gravity membrane ensures optimum pressure distribution.
Using the VC control unit, the Symphonie Aqua System VC enables optimal adjustment of the pressure situation within the cylinder. Available in two models – the VC TT is for patients with lower leg residual limbs and the VC TF is designed for patients with transfemoral amputations.
The digital Symphonie Aqua System makes it possible for the first time to capture, store and process the effective stump shape under full load in 3D.