Share:

SPECIAL SECTION:
Design, Build, Test—and Use

Reprinted from PN April 2008

When science meets imagination to fill a need, technology for quality of life results.

View Forum | Print Article | Font Size + / - | Back

The eWatch can monitor stroke-propulsion patterns and give feedback to manual-wheelchair users. This is important because incorrect propulsion can lead to repetitive-use injuries.
Coverage includes two articles:


"Bright Ideas for Better Living" by Sara Sibenaller
and Michelle Sporner


A State of the Science Workshop held at Walter Reed Army Medical Center focused on technological advances today for quality of life tomorrow. Presenting their findings were researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh.


"Improving Daily Life"
by Gary Coates

VA's prosthetics program helps veterans remain independent. The mission of VA's Prosthetics and Sensory Aids Service is to give veterans the highest quality healthcare in order to enhance their quality of life.

 

To read more about this, order the April 2008 PN, Click Here.
To Subscribe, Click Here.

Article Forum

PN Forum discussions are intended to provide a place for free-flowing exchange of information, opinions, and comments and are designed to provide an enjoyable and informative expression for all participants.
Please review our Forum Rules for complete details.

Login with username and password (Forgot Password?)
New Post

SPECIAL SECTION:
Design, Build, Test—and Use

0 Comments


Be the first to comment on this article.
(Register or login to add comments.)