prosthetic


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pros·thet·ic

 (prŏs-thĕt′ĭk)
adj.
1. Serving as or relating to a prosthesis.
2. Of or relating to prosthetics.

pros·thet′i·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.prosthetic - of or relating to prosthetics
2.prosthetic - relating to or serving as a prosthesis
Translations
prosthétique

prosthetic

[prɒsˈθetɪk] ADJprostético

prosthetic

[prɒsˈθɛtɪk] adj (MEDICINE) (= artificial) → prothétique

prosthetic

adj protésico, postizo
References in periodicals archive ?
Key trends identified by FMI in the global orthopaedic prosthetics market include use of new polymer material and development of prosthetic device as per the functional need of patients.
June's training seminar included tours of the Tampa Polytrauma Rehabilitation Center and the Tampa VA Medical Center, as well as classroom training and presentations from VA's Tampa prosthetics contracting team, the prosthetic and sensory aids team and PVA.
It was therefore established as policy that all employees appointed to such field positions must have a permanent disability and must have successfully demonstrated their ability to wear and use a major prosthetic device.
Termed 'Bionic' dog, Naki'o was fitted with the prosthetic legs by Christie Tomlinson, a veterinary technician.
Sheila Nirenberg of the Weill Medical College of Cornell University in New York City presented data November 13 showing that the new retinal prosthetic allowed blind mice to see a baby's face.
All three career pathways include courses in technical human anatomy and physiology, and orthotic prosthetic equipment and materials.
And the longer the lid stayed off that box, she thought, the more they would always think of her as the girl with the prosthetic leg, the more they would wonder if she wasn't doing a conditioning drill because her leg hurt or if she was just using it as an excuse to get out of running.
Sensors in the prosthetic device detect the movement, and direct her robotic hand to close.
For example, Clapp, who remains very involved in athletics despite his condition, has three different sets of specialized prosthetic legs: one for walking, one for running, and one for swimming.
The prosthetic material was replaced promptly and the abscess was debrided extensively.
Lithium-ion is replacing the older nickel-cadmium power source and those batteries can power a prosthetic limb for more than 24 hours compared with eight hours for older batteries.
Rather, I would argue that sex was materialized through an array of features and prosthetic parts.