Arabic Arabic English English French French German German
dark

Personalizing treatment for severe limb injuries

A team of scientists, led by Scott Frey at the University of Missouri, have developed an innovative technique using small wearable sensors to gather data on how people—who have suffered from a traumatic hand amputation—use a prothesis versus a transplanted hand in everyday life. So far, the data shows people with a transplanted hand demonstrate a more balanced use of their hands than those who use a prothesis. Read More

Total
0
Shares
Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Previous Post

Epigenetic aging clock predicts the biological age of individual cells

Next Post

Researchers uncover new mechanism for deadly blood clots

Related Posts
Total
0
Share