A man from Austria received a click-on bionic arm that helps him do simple everyday tasks using six different robotic functions. Edmund Rath underwent an osseointegration, in which a rod containing an external attachment was implanted in the bone of his residual limb to anchor his prosthesis, as well as targeted muscle reinnervation to connect nerves that previously controlled his hand to his upper muscles.
Austrian man gets click-on prosthesis with robotic functions
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