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prosthetic

 [pros-thet´ik]
1. serving as a substitute.
2. pertaining to a prosthesis or to prosthetics.

pros·thet·ic

(pros-thet'ik),
1. Relating to a prosthesis or an artificial part.
2.

prosthetic

(prŏs-thĕt′ĭk)
adj.
1. Serving as or relating to a prosthesis.
2. Of or relating to prosthetics.

pros·thet′i·cal·ly adv.

pros·thet·ic

(pros-thet'ik)
1. Relating to a prosthesis or to an artificial part.
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We showed exactly how vision and touch can be combined to trick the amputee's brain into feeling what it sees, inducing embodiment of the prosthetic hand with an additional effect that the phantom limb grows into the prosthetic one," explains Giulio Rognini of EPFL's Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroprosthetics led by Olaf Blanke, in a collaboration with Silvestro Micera of EPFL and Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna in Italy.
In terms of the process of designing the 3D prosthetics, Giede, said, "We conducted several 3D scans of the patient's amputated legs.
The department of humanitarian services at the Dubai Health Authority fully supported and funded the Dh100,000 prosthetics.
He pointed out the next stage in prosthetic 3D printing aims to include a variety of prosthetics that cater to different functionalities such as sports, daily wear, and even models that can fit into high heels.
Objective: The aim of the present study was to assess nature of family relations, quality of life and post-traumatic stress among amputees and prosthetics.
According to the article, the prosthetic hand is made up of 50 parts that were printed separately over a 24-hour period.
We're essentially mapping from feedback from one source onto an aspect of the prosthetic hand.
New technology and materials have been advanced in prosthetic designs to activate people who trust to artificial limbs to achieve feats and new advancements in the sensorial and motor control restoration with targeted reinnervation and hand transplantation never dreamed before.1,2 Prosthetic training is necessary for learning how to use and associate the prosthesis into daily life.
Valley Cottage, NY, September 18, 2016 --(PR.com)-- The global orthopaedic prosthetics market, estimated to be worth US$ 1.62 Bn in 2015, is expected to increase at 5% CAGR through 2026, according to a new report by Future Market Insights (FMI).
On June 4, the two debuted what they claim is the first-of-its-kind prosthetic at Tattoo Motor Show 2016, a convention in Davezieux, France.A video of Tenet inking his first tattoo with their kickass collaboration was posted to Steampunk Tendencies' Facebook page on June 7 and the video has since racked up more than 1 million views.
- German medical technology company Otto Bock HealthCare GmbH and US-based prosthetic device maker BionX Medical Technologies, Inc.