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    • CONDUCTIVE INSERTS TO ACQUIRE MYOELECTRIC SIGNALS THROUGH SILICONE LINERS 

      Hanson, William J. (2008)
      Prosthetic socket liners provide both suspension and stability, and they do so best when they cover the remaining limb without breaks in the liner surface. This full coverage conflicts with the need to acquire myoelectric ...
    • NEW MYOELECTRODE OPTIONS 

      Hanson, William J. (2005)
      Practitioners have been requesting improvements in myoelectrodes to facilitate better client fittings. Greater sensitivity, better immunity to external interference, more and better (linear) gain adjustment and good common ...
    • NEW PROSTHETIC CONTROLLER EXPANDS CAPABILITIES 

      Hanson, William J. (2002)
      The new VariGrip(tm) III Multi-Device Controller from LTI has expanded the capabilities of microprocessor-based prosthetic controllers. Traditionally, one or two prosthetic devices were controlled by two myoelectric input ...
    • The Liberty Myoarraytm: A Diagnostic Tool To Test And Train Amputees To Use Myoelectric Prostheses 

      Hanson, William J.; Smits, Matthijs P.; Teare, Peter R. (1993)
      When fitting a patient with a myoelectric prosthetic device, a prosthetist or therapist tests the patient to determine the best location on the muscle to place the electrodes Generally, the optimal location is the one where ...
    • USE OF PORTABLE SPECTROPHOTOMETER SOLVES COLOR MATCH PROBLEM 

      Hanson, William J. (2008)
      Custom high-definition silicone restorations and cosmetic covers for prostheses are intended to match the appearance of the user’s sound-side limb. In addition to the physical characteristics, the cover must match the ...