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A study to investigate the hypothesis that a Pisa/IIT Robotic SoftHand Pro converted to a prosthetic terminal device will enhance the performance of people with limb loss in a wider range of daily living tasks than allowed by today's commercially available prosthetic hands, and will exceed established benchmarks for activities of daily living (ADL).
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