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amputee

a person who has had a limb amputated
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Because of the success of microprocessor devices and continuing technological advancements in the field, the cost of future prosthetic care for amputees is likely to be a crushing debt--one that needs to be accounted for in every verdict or settlement.
Material and Methods: The study was conducted on 160 trauma patients (N=160, n=80 amputees, n=80 prosthetics) from different hospitals of Islamabad and Rawalpindi.
Since being introduced to them last year, he has begun swimming, visiting amputees in hospital and tried go-karting.
Finally, neuroscientists at the University of Chicago have demonstrated that amputees can learn to control a robotic arm through electrodes implanted in their brains.
BOHEMIANS have joined Cork City and Shamrock Rovers by sending a team to the inaugural National Amputee League.
The addition of their amputee dog diapers in both male and female designs builds on their existing line of diapers, bands, pads and blankets that help parents manage dog incontinence.
It was at a War Amps CHAMP Seminar, an annual regional event for child amputees and their parents, that the two boys met for the first time without a fence separating them.
Australia's Scott Reardon, a single leg above knee amputee who won the 100m on Monday, has lobbied for double above knee amputees to compete separately due to the circular motion of their running style.
All of these 9 studies were involved rehabilitation and included upper limb amputees.
In order to maintain the balance of amputees, prostheses are products that seek to return the amputee integrity of the anatomical and functional elements.
Ive had amazing support from the base, Air Force and then also other amputees, Wise said.
The summer 2014 offensive on the Gaza Strip produced approximately one hundred new amputees among its residents.