wrist control

wrist control

The control of the flow of water from a faucet into a sink by pressure of a wrist against a lever; widely used in hospitals.
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Wrist Control Lever table lamp with a magnifying glass - 4;
With wrist control, he has good defense and is ready for his "triple-option.
Resting their arms on the desk gave more wrist control to the stroke.
The electronic wrist control provides maneuvering with a light
Electronic Wrist Controls Ensure Light, Smooth Maneuvering for Extended Operations
To demonstrate the feasibility of hand-grasp control, we substituted wrist control for his myoelectric control.
A Student t-test was then used to determine significant differences in mean number of completions between the tenodesis grasp (no FES) and grasp with the neuroprosthesis using wrist control.
The third and fourth bars for each object illustrate the results of the GRT performed specifically for this study (GRT2) and show the mean number of completions for tenodesis grasp (no FES) and wrist control (FES), respectively.
Note the differences between MES and wrist control that are evident in the light-object group and the palmar-grasp group.
Objects such as the peg and block may be picked up by tenodesis grasp alone, but GRT2 also indicates that FES with wrist control does not hinder a user's manipulation of these lighter items.
The GRT also helps describe the inherent success and limitations of wrist control when used in the two different grasp modes.
He says the wrist controls can do more than the human wrist, which means the surgeon can get different angles and approaches to anatomy, and the high-definition camera provides 3D images magnified several times for incredible accuracy.