arm-crank ergometer

arm-crank er·gom·e·ter

(ahrm'krangk ĕr-gom'ĕ-tĕr)
Device used for graded exercise of the upper limbs for testing or training of amputees and others who cannot use a treadmill.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
References in periodicals archive ?
All patients performed an incremental exercise test until exhaustion on an arm-crank ergometer (Monark Rehab Trainer, Model 881E, Vansbro, Sweden) 1 month before THA, as described elsewhere [7].
The press/pull movements provide a much greater ROM at the shoulder and elbow than do arm-crank ergometers, matched with dramatically greater muscle stress of the muscles associated with the pulling movements.
However, more in-depth analysis is possible with wheelchair-accessible or specialty equipment, such as rollers and arm-crank ergometers. These are usually found in hospital-based programs and some community fitness centers.