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The Amputee Mobility Predictor (AMP) is a quick and easily administered assessment tool to determine a lower limb amputee’s current functional status as it relates to mobility with a prosthesis, as well as establish the appropriate K-Level as described by Medicare

The Amputee Mobility Predictor (AMP) is a quick and easily administered assessment tool to determine a lower limb amputee’s current functional status as it relates to mobility with a prosthesis, as well as establish the appropriate K-Level as described by Medicare

Amputee Mobility Predictor (AMP)

by Advanced Rehabilitation Therapy, Inc.
Amputee Mobility Predictor (AMP)
Amputee Mobility Predictor (AMP)
Amputee Mobility Predictor (AMP)

What is it about?

The Amputee Mobility Predictor (AMP) is a quick and easily administered assessment tool to determine a lower limb amputee’s current functional status as it relates to mobility with a prosthesis, as well as establish the appropriate K-Level as described by Medicare. The AMP can be performed with (AMPPro) or without (AMPnoPro) the use of a prosthesis taking less than 15 minutes to administer and requires very little equipment. The AMPnoPro can also estimate the distance an amputee will walk in six minutes.

Amputee Mobility Predictor (AMP)

App Details

Version
1.22
Rating
NA
Size
13Mb
Genre
Medical
Last updated
August 6, 2015
Release date
January 21, 2013
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App Store Description

The Amputee Mobility Predictor (AMP) is a quick and easily administered assessment tool to determine a lower limb amputee’s current functional status as it relates to mobility with a prosthesis, as well as establish the appropriate K-Level as described by Medicare. The AMP can be performed with (AMPPro) or without (AMPnoPro) the use of a prosthesis taking less than 15 minutes to administer and requires very little equipment. The AMPnoPro can also estimate the distance an amputee will walk in six minutes.