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The LUKE Arm in the Shoulder Configuration. (Photo: Mobius Bionics/Business Wire)
The LUKE Arm in the Shoulder Configuration. (Photo: Mobius Bionics/Business Wire)

Picture the scene: one day you wake up in a hospital with no memory of what happened and you discover in horror that your left hand is no longer there. The doctors say you’ve been in a car accident and from that moment on, you are a “trans-radial mono-lateral amputated person.”  After a slow and painful recovery from the wound, you start looking for solutions to at least partially restore the daily living functions you have lost as you’ve quickly learned that 99% of what is around us was designed to be operated by hands. There must be a way, you say to yourself, in which robotics and rehabilitation medicine can help you.



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