Bidirectional Prosthetic Hand among Best Medical Technologies of 2014
TNE's bidirectional prosthetic hand has been listed by MedGadget among the best medical technologies of 2014
MedGadget is an independent publication active for more than ten years. It extensively covers news in developments of medical technology, with specific attention in highlighting technological developments that are changing clinical practice and patient care.
The Bidirectional Hand Prosthesis developed jointly by our teams at EPFL, Scuola Sant'Anna in Pisa, Campus Bio-Medico and Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Rome has been selected among the medical technologies found "most exciting, revolutionary, and beneficial for patients" in 2014.