Smart Prosthetics

Smart Prosthetics encompass advanced prosthetic limbs that integrate modern technology to enhance functionality and adaptability. These prosthetics often include sensors, artificial intelligence, and robotics to mimic the natural movement of limbs, offering users greater control and a more intuitive use of the prosthetic. They can adjust grip strength, walking gait, and other motions in real-time, often using machine learning to improve the user's experience over time. Smart Prosthetics are also sometimes referred to as "intelligent" or "bionic" prosthetics, highlighting their electronic and adaptive nature. This market is particularly focused on improving the quality of life for amputees and those with limb differences.

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Technology for monitoring everyday prosthesis use: a systematic review

This research found that monitoring the daily use of prosthetic limbs through activity tracking technologies is essential for improving prosthetic design and user service but is hindered by costs, battery life, and availability, particularly in low-resource settings. It highlights the need for advancements in this field to better meet prosthesis users' needs and integrate user feedback, clinical scores, and technology more effectively into standard practices.

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