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02:03 EST 19th November 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Intraosseous Transcutaneous Amputation Prosthesis

Direct Skeletal Fixation of Prosthetic Limbs Following Trans-Femoral Amputation - Study of an Intraosseous Transcutaneous Amputation Prosthesis (ITAPTM).


Evaluation of Upper Extremity Prosthesis

The purpose of this study is to evaluate a design of prosthesis that is inexpensive and able to fit a multitude of individuals. This may offer an off the shelf item for those that cannot afford a customized prosthesis, or wish to have an inexpensive spare.

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PlayBionic: Interactive Mobile Training App

Often prosthesis users abandon their devices due to difficulties in prosthesis control and lack of motivation to train. To properly control a prosthesis, amputation patients must learn how to activate, isolate and sustain nerve signals to the muscles left at the stump. Results of clinical validations show that game-based training leads to an improvement in clinical parameters for prosthesis control and patient engagement.


Turkish Validation of Prosthesis Donning and Doffing Questionnaire

The aim of this study is to investigate the Reliability and construct validity of the Turkish version of the Prosthesis donning and doffing questionnaire in transtibial amputees.

Clinical Pilot Study of New Prosthesis for Trans-femoral Amputated Patients

Patients with a trans-femoral amputation who experienced problems, complications pain due to the ischial weight bearing and discomfort with conventional socket prosthesis will be proposed to implant a new developed prosthesis.

Torsionally Adaptive Prosthesis for Individuals With Lower Limb Amputation

When prescribing a prosthetic foot, clinicians face a dizzying array of choices as more than 200 different prosthetic feet are available. While these conventional prosthetic feet primarily function in the sagittal plane, the intact foot and ankle comprise a complex set of joints that allow rotation in multiple planes of motion. Some of these motions are coupled, meaning rotation in one plane induces motion in another. One such coupling is between the sagittal and transverse pla...

The CYBERnetic Lower Limb Cocognitive Ortho-prosthesis Plus Plus, 1st Clinical Study (CLs++)

The aim of the study is to assess the efficacy and the usability of the cyberlegs ++ ortho prosthesis to improve the mobility and the quality of life in transfemoral amputees . This research focusses on the physical and mental effort needed in locomotion-related tasks and human robot interaction in transfemoral amputees using a novel active prosthesis. This is an international project and foresees 2 clinical studies aimed at assessing the efficacy of the CLs++ modules in differ...

Identification of New Predictive Osseointegration Bio-Markers of the Prosthetic Implant in Patients With OsteoArthritis

The study involves the isolation and cellular, molecular and proteomic characterization of synoviocytes, osteoblasts and chondrocytes from tissue samples obtained from patients undergoing surgery of endo or arthroplasty for osteoarthritis (Experimental Group) or interventions for other causes such as for example periarticular fracture requiring the implantation of a prosthesis (Control Group)

Phantom Limb Pain: Efficacy of Non-invasive Sensory Feedback Through the Prosthesis

Amputation of a limb may result from trauma or surgical intervention. The amputation traumatically alters the body image, but often leaves sensations that refer to the missing body part. In 50-80% amputees, neuropathic pain develops, also called phantom limb pain (PLP). Both peripheral and central nervous system factors have been implicated as determinants of PLP. Also, PLP may be triggered by physical (changes in the weather) and psychological factors (emotional stress). Recen...

Immediate Fit Using Innovative Technology Transtibial Prosthesis

The goal of iFIT Prosthetics, LLC® was to create and commercialize a modular, immediate fit, fully adjustable, transtibial prosthesis system suitable for mass production using high strength injection molded polymer materials. This goal was achieved and the aim of this project is now to conduct a feasibility and effectiveness study and to assess the design of the device. The investigators will be fitting up to 30 transtibial amputees that are current prosthesis users with the i...

Prosthesis With Sensations

Lower limb amputees suffer complete lack of sensory feedback of current available prostheses, which excludes the central nervous system from the correct sensory-motor integration. It causes serious problems as: falls due to unexpected perturbations, asymmetric walking, low mobility, higher power consumption, feeling the prosthesis as a foreign body, high cognitive burden, and phantom limb pain occurrence. Investigators will provide amputees with a prosthesis restoring sensory ...

Auto Control of Volume Management for Limb Loss

The aim of this research is to create a prosthetic system that will automatically adjust the fit of the socket and create a well-fitting prosthesis for people with leg amputations who experience volume fluctuations when using their prosthesis.

Neural Enabled Prosthesis for Upper Limb Amputees

This study is designed to evaluate the feasibility of The Adaptive Neural Systems Neural-Enabled Prosthetic Hand (ANS-NEPH) system.

Improving Prosthetic Care for Patients With a Lower Limb Amputation

Adults with lower limb amputation undergo rehabilitation in order to learn how to effectively use a lower limb prosthesis. Unfortunately, the process of being fitted a prosthesis can be delayed due to resource constraints and manufacturing times, which delays the rehabilitation process and puts patients at higher risk for functional decline. Preliminary work by our team have shown that our 3D printing system, 3DPrintAbility Devices by NIA (http://niatech.org/), perform at the s...

Bone Physiology & Mechanics in Osteomyoplasty Amputation Rehabilitation

The purpose of the study is to compare the effect of different lower limb amputation surgical procedures on leg bone integrity and rehabilitation outcome.

The CYBERnetic LowEr-Limb CoGnitive Ortho-prosthesis Plus Plus, 1st Clinical Study

The global goal of the CYBERnetic LowEr-limb coGnitive ortho-prosthesis Plus Plus (CLs++) project is to validate the technical and economic viability of the powered robotic ortho-prosthesis developed within the 7th Framework Program - Information and Communication Technology - CYBERnetic LowEr-limb coGnitive ortho-prosthesis project, as a means to enhance/ restore the mobility of transfemoral amputees and to enable them to perform locomotion tasks such as ground-level walking, ...

Understanding Prosthetic Needs and Outcomes in Women Veterans With Amputation

The proportion of US Veterans who are women is currently at its highest point in history and is projected to continue increasing. Nonetheless, the literature regarding prosthetic and functional outcomes in women Veterans with lower extremity amputation (LEA) is nearly non-existent. Research in other healthcare systems indicates the presence of concerning gender differences in both prosthetic outcomes and functional mobility, with women being less likely to be prescribed a prost...

Comparing Performance of Simplified Mid-Upper Arm Circumference Devices ("Click-MUACs") to Detect Acute Malnutrition

The Click-Mid-Upper Arm Circumference study aims to describe and compare the performance of a set of three simplified mid-upper arm circumference classification devices ("Click-MUAC") for use by mothers and caregivers to screen for acute malnutrition in young children. The study will be conducted in Isiolo County, Kenya. The study builds on the recent approach of training mothers to screen for acute malnutrition in their own children (mother MUAC approach). The primary a...

Women's-Specific Footwear With Prosthetic Feet

The purpose of this study is to address footwear challenges unique to women prosthesis users. Comparing the effectiveness of different footwear and prosthesis combinations will help guide clinical decision making regarding the prescription of prosthetic devices, while keeping what the patient wants in mind. It is expected that these results will be used to generate new knowledge for the development of versatile prosthetic devices that accommodate a user's unique lifestyle whil...

Wound Imaging Study to Gather Clinical References for a Device to Assist Selecting Level-of-amputation in PAD Patients

This is a proof-of-concept study to collect images to train a CADe algorithm to predict the correct level of amputation in individuals scheduled for amputation secondary to PAD.

Use of Hand Prosthesis With Direct Nerve Stimulation for Treatment of Phantom Limb Pain

Phantom limb pain (PLP) is a frequent consequence of amputation, and it is notoriously difficult to treat. Amputation usually follows traumatic injuries or surgery following vascular diseases, diabetes, osteomyelitis or tumours in cases where the loss of the limb is required for the survival of the patient. The loss of a limb or other body parts is usually followed by the sensation that the lost body part is still present and can be felt. These phenomena are called, respectivel...

Expanding the Click City Tobacco Prevention Program to Include E-cigarettes and Other Novel Tobacco Products

The overarching goal of the proposed Phase II research is to demonstrate the short-term effectiveness of the modification of an existing, effective, computer-based, tobacco prevention program, Click City®: Tobacco, to prevent the initiation of e-cig use among youth. A secondary goal is to modify the program to increase marketability by expanding the range of devices on which the program can be delivered (e.g., tablets to desktops), simplifying the student user interface, and ...

Contribution of Near-InfraRed Spectroscopy (NIRS) to the Evaluation of Healing After Amputation of the Leg

50 patients will be included for each of the 2 procedures: - For procedure 1: Patients will be selected during multidisciplinary consultations for amputees who are stabilized with their definitive prosthesis and have returned to their usual place of residence. The aim of this procedure is to show the validity and reproducibility of measurements of tissue oxygenation using NIRS (TcPO2 being the reference measurement), to determine the way in which NIRS measurements are more pre...

Use of Hand Prosthesis With Direct Nerve Stimulation for Treatment of Phantom Limb Pain

Phantom limb pain (PLP) is a frequent consequence of amputation, and it is notoriously difficult to treat. Amputation usually follows traumatic injuries or surgery following vascular diseases, diabetes, osteomyelitis or tumours in cases where the loss of the limb is required for the survival of the patient. The loss of a limb or other body parts is usually followed by the sensation that the lost body part is still present and can be felt. These phenomena are called, respectivel...

Prosthetic Component Relationship of the Reversed Delta III Total Shoulder Prosthesis in the Transverse Plane of the Body

Comparison of the function and mobility of the shoulder with the placement of the Delta prosthesis (anteversion and retroversion of the glenoidal and humeral components)


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