prosthetist


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pros·thet·ics

 (prŏs-thĕt′ĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
The branch of medicine or surgery that deals with the production and application of artificial body parts.

pros′the·tist (prŏs′thĭ-tĭst) n.

prosthetist

(prɒsˈθiːtɪst)
n
(Medicine) a designer, maker, or fitter of prostheses
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.prosthetist - an expert in prosthetics
expert - a person with special knowledge or ability who performs skillfully
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prosthetist

n técnico ortopédico, especialista mf en protesis; [Note: técnica ortopédica means orthopedic technique and is not generally used to refer to a female prosthetist.]
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A prosthetist Mikhail Moskovtsev in the repair shop confirmed that this citizen from Kyrgyzstan really arranged an appointment for February 26, but "he disappeared".
A prosthetist from Virginia will travel to the Howells' home in November to personally fit Chi Chi.
With more than 20 years of experience in the field, Sebastian Giede, Certified Orthopaedic Prosthetist with Mediclinic, worked with the fully 3D printed device for the first time, stating "the potential of 3D printing in the field of prosthetic devices is huge.
Jim Dimond, Consultant Clinical Maxillofacial Prosthetist at University Hospital Coventry, explained how the Thinky ARE-250 from Intertronics helped move from a lengthy, manual process requiring a skilled technician, to a short, reliable and automatic mixing process.
All of these features and capabilities are provided to the prosthetist as a complete system, eliminating any potential compatibility issues between joints or components.
Then you will work with a certified prosthetist and a physical therapist to learn how to put on and remove it, and walk with it.
Fitting a socket to a residual limb is an iterative process, sometimes requiring several return visits to a prosthetist, typically ranging from 5 to 40 visits per year [1-2].
This week she was fitted with her second leg made for her by prosthetist Paul Drayton.
Made for her by prosthetist Paul Drayton, the leg includes a carbon-fibre foot so Alexis can use it for sport.
NIRM has also created new posts of Rehabilitation Specialist, orthotist, prosthetist and neurologist with the concurrence of the