Patricia J. Agnew, Gerald F. Shannon; Training Program for a Myo-Electrically Controlled Prosthesis with Sensory Feedback System. Am J Occup Ther 1981;35(11):722–727. https://doi.org/10.5014/ajot.35.11.722
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A myo-electrically controlled prosthesis that incorporates a sensory feedback mechanism to provide the wearer with a sense of touch or gripping force in the prosthetic hand was developed for patients with below-elbow amputations. A training protocol was established in which patients were taught to produce myo-electric control signals and to interpret the sensory feedback. The protocol includes functional training in daily living skills. The experiences of four patients trained with these limbs are described.
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