prosthetic device

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corrective consisting of a replacement for a part of the body

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M2 PHARMA-December 30, 2016-Cardiac Prosthetic Devices Market to Exceed USD 8.
Answers will vary, but one reason may be that most people remove their prosthetic devices when they sleep at night.
The committee is charged with expanding the local industry of prosthetic devices using local inputs, with a special focus on ensuring that existing workshops producing such devices adhere to international standards of quality, rather than establishing new workshops.
In prior years, the rehabilitation approach was to offer a veteran with a lower-limb loss either a prosthetic device or a wheelchair.
SPARKy is the first prosthetic device to apply regenerative kinetics to its design, which resulted in a lightweight (four pound) device that allows the wearer to walk on grass, cement and rocks, as well as ascend and descend stairs and inclines.
The bionic human; health promotion for people with implanted prosthetic devices.
The support of all amputees and consumers of orthotic and prosthetic devices is needed to assure continued progress.
com), a developer of advanced orthotic and prosthetic devices based in Oklahoma City, will officially unveil to the public its new Magellan microprocessor foot ankle system prosthetic device at the American Orthotic and Prosthetic Association National Assembly to be held this week in Boston.
We recommend linking to the VA Corporate Data Warehouse a common template for unique servicemembers' detailed prosthetic device data, including dates; number; and type of prostheses provided, repaired, and replaced.
Current prosthetic device use with or without wheelchair use is common in all three lower-limb loss groups (Table 1).
The costs vary by type of prosthetic device, level of limb loss, and functional capability.
The donning of any prosthetic device, either active or passive, to replace the loss of a limb.
Teresa's desire for a prosthetic device seemed a little more compelling than most.
With Seattle Systems' adapters I am assured that I will be able to service a prosthetic device in the future no matter what shape it is in when it gets to my facility.
4 is a shape manipulation software package that helps prosthetists and technicians sculpt digitized images of a patient's limb to accurately create a customized prosthetic device.