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The Motion Control HandThe new Motion Control Hand operates much the same way as other electric hands, i.e., using myoelectric signals from the remnant limb, with a quick-disconnect wrist to allow for rapid changing of the terminal device. But there are many important improvements that will make a significant difference to the wearer. The Motion Control Hand was developed through a grant from the National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research (2R44HD36119-02). For more information on the Motion Control Hand, its features, and its design, visit External Web Site Policy

Last Updated Date: 11/30/2012
Last Reviewed Date: 11/30/2012

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Name: Dr Theresa Cruz
Health Specialist
Spinal Cord and Musculoskeletal Disorders and Assistive Devices Program
Phone: 301-496-9233

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