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PERFORMANCE AND SATISFACTION WITH INTUITIVE MULTIFUNCTIONAL HAND PROSTHESIS CONTROL

Sreckovic, Ivana; Amsüss, Sebastian; Bischof, Birgit; Fuchsberger, Thomas

In the present study, 6 transradial amputees were wearing pattern recognition controlled prostheses at
home for 4 weeks. Before and after the home trial phase, clinical standard tests were administered. We have
evaluated these test results and the qualitative user feedback from their home trials. Additionally the
feedback on the fitting experience by the CPOs and therapists administering the treatment was collected.
Pattern recognition outperformed classic control in the clinical tests but was limited in home trials.

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