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A COMPENSATING SHOULDER JOINT TO ASSIST THE SHORT TRANSHUMERAL AMPUTEE
The typical problem patient has a transhumeral amputation 30 to 60 mm below the axilla. No matter how well the socket is made, the moment arm in the socket is too little to sustain the four foot-pound torque of a typical ...
Duke Ponders Intellectual Life
Series of four articles published in Duke University's faculty-staff weekly newspaper, Dialogue, examining key aspects of university life under study at Duke.
Biofeedback: An Enhancement of Amputee Rehabilitation
The drive for continuous improvement led the ADP to recognize the need to develop a more in-depth myoelectric training program. A physiotherapist with specialized training in biofeedback was consulted on two cases
Medical Neuroscience MOOC and Medical Professionals
A Brief History of BioPerl
Large-scale open-source projects face a litany of pitfalls and difficulties. Problems of contribution quality, credit for contributions, project coordination, funding, and mission-creep are ever-present. Of these, long-term ...