A technology comparable to a muscle cell? An innovative prosthesis designed to help people with amputations gain more strength and mobility without having to compensate for the lack of support via the healthy limbs? That is what is expected from the development of the Utah Bionic Leg.
In Germany alone, there are between 60,000 and 80,000 amputations each year – the most common being finger, hand, forearm and lower leg amputations. Researchers are talking about an unprecedented medical technology success in the context of the advanced bionic leg.
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