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The purpose of this study is to see how you walk with an investigational new type of ankle-foot prosthesis that has been developed, which can allow motion in more than one direction.
The purpose of this study is to test the effectiveness of the CUFF device in combination with the Soft Hand Pro (SHP) in conveying haptic force feedback to patients with upper extremity limb loss, and to assess the extent to which the grip force feedback improves the embodiment of the prosthetic device.
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).
The purpose of this study is to learn more information about nerves. This study is also designed to learn how the information in nerves could be used to develop new prosthetic devices.
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