Touch Bionics – Silver Medal Winner of the 2009 Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation Awards
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“At Touch Bionics, we are delighted by The Wall Street Journal’s recognition of our innovations which have altered the prosthetics market landscape,” said
“Winning the Medical Devices category of the Wall Street Journal’s Innovation Awards is an immense honour for Touch Bionics,” said
The i-LIMB Hand is a first-to-market prosthetic device with five individually powered digits. With over 20 years of research and development behind it, the i-LIMB Hand looks and acts like a real human hand and represents a generational advance in bionics and patient care.
Since the launch Touch Bionics is rapidly expanding across the globe – with commercial fittings in over 40 countries.
About Touch Bionics
Touch Bionics is a leading developer of advanced upper-limb prosthetics. In 2007, Touch Bionics brought to market the i-LIMB Hand, a first-to-market prosthetic device with five individually powered digits. The company continues to develop leading-edge technologies for the treatment of patients with upper-limb deficiencies. For more information, visit www.touchbionics.com
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SOURCE Touch Bionics