RECO is a system used by rehabilitation centers to help patients suffering from paralysis through their recovery process. 

Team sponsored by Venturewell

14 week, Fall 2017

Team member: Kiki Wang, Klaire Tsai, Radihka Kashyap

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Users

Physical Therapist 
Paraplegic Patient 

RECO treatment provider 

Incomplete paralysis around 2 years 

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Timeline

Paraplegic Patient 

Eco System

Physical Therapist 

Switch Modes 

Feedbacks 

Set Modes 

Feedbacks 

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Electrode 
Transmitter 
RECO App 
Informational 
Modular 

Data-driven

Infographics 

Customizable

Easily interchangeable

Adaptable 

Design Criteria 

Straight-forward 

Frankly

Clean UI 

Physically invisible 

Inconspicuous

Form fitting

Lightweight material

Causal 

Essential 

Must have 

How does reco work?

Paraplegic patients access RECO through their Rehabilitation Centers. The Rehabilitation center rents the device to the patient and takes them through a recovery program. 

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Create hierarchy out of the data-rich screen
 
Fits the therapist’s work flow
 
Mapping with the physical product 
Select Electrodes 
Adjust Stimulation 
Read Telemetry 
 
 

Electrode 

Snap holder

TPU Coating

Wires

Breathable fabric

Pressure sensitive adhesive silicone gel

Switch Mode

Exchangeable Battery 

Stopper

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On / Off

Mode Screen

Electrode Pad

 
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RECO is a system used by rehabilitation centers to help patients suffering from paralysis through their recovery process.