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Harnessing for Body Powered Prostheses Ryan Spill, CP Advanced Arm Dynamics September 30, 2010
Transradial Prosthesis Figure 8 Figure 9 Modified
Figure 8 harness Suspension Control Axilla loop Inverted Y suspension
Inverted “Y” Strap for Suspension
Figure 9 Harness Provides control of TD only Alternate suspensory technique
Self-Suspending Socket Design with Figure 9 Harness
Custom Harness Designs Patient prefers suction socket Figure 9 harness for TD control Distal attachment to frame
Modified Control Cable Patient lives substantial distance from office Heavy duty user
Alternate Control Cable
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Modified Triceps Cuff
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Bilateral Figure 8
Transhumeral Prosthesis Figure 8Chest StrapModified
Figure 8 harness Efficient Suspension & Control Suspension strap Elbow Lock/Unlock Elbow/TD control
Figure 8 Harness Lock/Unlock Control
Figure 8 Harness for Triple Control Double Ring Control Cable mounted Laterally lock
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Transhumeral Chest Strap Left Transhumeral amputee secondary to trauma Contralateral hand weakness
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Modified Harness Left transhumeral amputee Secondary to burns Compromised hand strength
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Elastic Chest Strap Attached to Axilla Loop Combination of Figure 8 and Chest Strap Designs
Socket Modification to Assist Harness Silicone Locking Liner Proximal and Distal Suspension Strap
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