Amputee Patrick demonstrates his new Bionic Hand

In Medical Technology by Paul MartinLeave a Comment

Last year, Patrick, a 24-year-old Austrian, decided to have his dysfunctional hand amputated and replaced with a bionic hand. He lost the use of his left hand after being electrocuted at work.

Here he demonstrates the extra movement his new bionic hand has given him, opening a bottle and tying his shoelaces, and tests a prototype hand which will give him additional wrist movement.

Watch the Video of Patrick demonstrating use of the Bionic Hand

See also this earlier story on the i-Limb, another great progression in medical technology.

Paul Martin

Paul Martin

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