ICIB 1980 Vol 17, Num 9
|1||Amputations and High-Tension Electrical Injuries|
JOHN P. REMENSNYDER, M.D.
|High-tension electrical injuries produce devastating destruction of limbs, frequently leading to amputation at not necessarily desirable sites. The purpose of this paper is to: Review the pathophysiology and types of high-tension electrical injuries ...|
|7||The CAPP Pre-Flexed Wrist Unit|
YOSHIO SETOGUCHI, M.D.
CARL T. SUMIDA, C.P.O.
JULIE SHAPERMAN, MA., O.T.R.
|A constant-friction wrist-rotation unit with built-in flexion has been designed, developed, and tested at the UCLA Child Amputee Prosthetics Project (CAPP). It is lightweight, is simple to fabricate, and provides good function for the high-level, bil...|
MARVIN GARDNER, M.E.
EDWIN KINNEN, PH.D.
MARTHA GRAM, B.S., R.P.T.
|Children with severe physical handicaps that preclude standing and walking can be placed in orthoses at a very early age. Clinically, we have found that physical and emotional adjustments are improved if these patients can remain upright unaided and ...|