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Idea protez bionicznych w nowoczesnej protetyce

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Over the past decades, a tremendous progress has been made in creating artificial machines and systems. Breakthroughs in this field have been possible through the collaboration of scientists, biologists, computer scientists, engineers and patients. A particularly promising area is the invention of bionic artificial limbs as well as bionic ear and eye prostheses. The connection of the nervous system with a bionic prosthesis enables it to partly fulfill the functions of a real limb. This is an opportunity for a disabled person to live a fairly normal life. The article discusses the progress made in recent years in creating bionic prostheses and presents the requirements of bionic prostheses, their advantages, disadvantages, applied solutions and directions for their further development.
  • Uniwersytet Jagielloński
  • AGH University of Science and Technology
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