Amazing IMES System for Prosthetics

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The Alfred Mann Foundation (AMF) today announced the first subject, a U.S. Marine, SSgt James Sides, as a recipient of its highly anticipated IMES System (implantable myoelectric sensor) – an experimental system that holds the promise of being the first minimally invasive, intuitive, multi-channel control system for prosthetics intended for long term use. The IMES System is currently being studied under the Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) regulations of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). AMF’s ongoing trial with injured veterans at the Walter Reed National Medical Military Center anticipates subjects intuitively operating three different prosthetic movements simultaneously: opening and closing the hand, rotating the wrist, and moving the thumb. Combining these three movements enables several grasps that are invaluable for performing everyday tasks. To view the Multimedia News Release, go to multivu.com/mnr/65112-alfred-mann-foundation-u-s-marine-subject-fda-study-for-imes-system -- Video Source: http://vimeo.com/multivuvideo

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    35940439 Feb 17, 2017

    how to get bionic hands? i have sad story , a son 6 years old from indonesia has lost his arms cause machine stones press , any volunteer here? please help , it's a link https://news.detik.com/berita-jawa-barat/d-3405148/duka-bocah-jamal-asal-garut-dan-harapan-sepasang-lengan-palsu

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