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The development of body-powered prosthetic hands has stagnated for over twenty years.
Revolutionary High-Fidelity Interface proving successful for upper and lower limb prosthetic wearers. Thousand Oaks, CA (PRWEB) April 25, 2011 April is the first National Limb Loss Awareness Month, a campaign sponsored by the Amputee Coalition.
Company recognized for its achievements in the development and commercial success of the i-LIMB Hand LIVINGSTON, UK, April 21 /PRNewswire/ - Touch Bionics (www.touchbionics.com), developer of advanced upper-limb bionic technologies, today announced it is a winner of the prestigious Queen's Awards for Enterprise with an award in the Innovation category for 2010.
ProDigits is the first ever motor-powered system for patients with missing fingers NOTE TO EDITORS, PHOTO EDITORS: Additional background material, photos are available at www.touchbionics.com/prodigits-press Use of materials is free to accredited media LIVINGSTON, UK and HILLIARD, OH, Dec.
New Mobility for Veterans, Service Members, Other Americans WASHINGTON, May 27 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has announced a three-year study of an advanced artificial arm that easily allows those with severe limb loss to pick up a key or hold a pencil. "This arm is a high-tech example of how VA researchers are continually modernizing the materials, design, and clinical use of artificial limbs to meet Veterans' lifestyle and medical needs," says Dr.
It can hold a credit card, use a keyboard with the index finger, and lift a bag weighing up to 20 kg â€“ the worldâ€™s first commercially available prosthetic hand that can move each finger separately and has an astounding range of grip configurations.
Pediatric Prosthetics Inc., (OTCBB:PDPR), announced today that it would be an exhibiting and presenting company at the Red Chip Financial Conference Friday, August 17, 2007 at 1:45 PM at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in the heart of Wall Street., New York City.
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