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Below-knee prosthetics a report of a symposium sponsored by the Committee on Prosthetics Research and Development of the Division of Engineering, National Research Council, held at the Veterans Administration Prosthetics Center, New York City, December 16-18, 1968. by Symposium on Below-Knee Prosthetics, New York 1968

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Published by National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

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  • Artificial limbs -- Congresses

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ContributionsNational Research Council. Committee on Prosthetics Research and Development
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LC ClassificationsRD756 S87 1968C
The Physical Object
Pagination[various pagings]
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18653588M

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The grandfather in this book wears a below knee (transtibial) prosthesis. Jennifer Latham Robinson is an artist, entrepreneur, and disability advocate. She was born with bilateral PFFD (proximal femoral focal deficiency) and has been wearing a prosthesis since she was 18 months old. The Girl with the Robot Leg: Being Brave. Prosthetics in Motion provides custom prosthetics for amputees including prosthetic legs, prosthetic feet, prosthetic arms & hands. We specialize in fitting high-performance solutions including the Genium Prosthetic Knee, C-leg, Bebionic hand, Michaelangelo & i-Limb. Creating Your Custom Below-Knee Prosthesis. A below-knee prosthesis (also called a transtibial prosthesis) will typically consist of a custom-made socket, a pylon, a foot, and some means of suspending the prosthesis to the prosthetist will create an individualized socket specific to your limb and will choose the most appropriate componentry to fit your lifestyle and needs. • A below knee prosthesis will allow you to get back on your feet, but requires determination and hard work. When you come in for an appointment, always have a pair of sturdy shoes (lace-up or Velcro closure are best) and shorts. • A below knee prosthesis is most commonly held on (“suspended”) by a gel liner with shuttle lock.

Pro-Flex is a prosthetic foot that uses complementing levers connected through pivots to create mechanically-powered push off. Combining 27° of ankle motion and significantly greater ankle power than conventional carbon fiber feet, it closely mimics regular biomechanics, delivering a proven 11% reduction in load on the contralateral limb. A below-knee (BK) prosthesis will commonly include a customized socket, a pylon and also a foot. With types of prosthetic legs, occasionally a suspension sleeve or harness could be essential. Working with a competent and caring prosthetist is a vital part of getting the best leg for you.   Patient: James Concannon Prosthetic Fitted With: Below Knee Socket, Pylon, and Foot Patient Background. James was a type 1 diabetic from age Internal damage regarding foot wounds and kidney disease was adding up but was not readily apparent from the outside. Download a PDF of "Below-Knee Prosthetics" by the National Research Council for free. Download a PDF of "Below-Knee Prosthetics" by the National Research Council for free. A PDF is a digital representation of the print book, so while it can be loaded into most e-reader programs, it doesn't allow for resizable text or advanced, interactive.