How to Don and Doff your Prosthesis - Duration: 1:16

I became familiar with Naked Prosthetics after a woodworking accident. I have one of their unique prosthesis fitted for the partial loss of a finger and have ordered another for my missing index finger. The prosthetics were easy to fit and are easy to wear and use, while giving give an incredible amount of support to the entire hand. I have met with the personnel in Tumwater on two occasions and have found all of them to be very professional, most considerate and helpful, and dedicated to providing the best fitting and functional prosthetic which met my needs.

17/08/2011 · Donn and Doff o f the Prosthesis Dave Denham

When I received my prosthetic in the mail there were no words to describe how I felt when I put it on – I had my finger back... I can say that I now have the one thing that once made me feel so fulfilled and complete back in my life since my accident (playing the piano), thanks to the biomechanical prosthetic finger. It gave me my life back.

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Prosthesis users can then don, doff and clean the C-Leg® Protector by themselves

Typical example of pressure profile recorded during activities. Atmospheric pressure = 0 kPa. Different postures (sitting and standing), walking, and don/doff times as determined from video analysis are indicated in legend. Note that pressure returns to atmospheric following period of walking, but with participant still upright (standing).

How to Wear a Prosthesis: 7 Steps (with Pictures) - …

Easily don (put on) and doff (take off) compression garments with the Doff N' Donner compression aid. Designed by a caregiver, the Doff N' Donner's unique design grips compression products and glides them onto any size foot or leg. The tubular shaped fitting aid effortlessly stretches over the bandages or wet or legs.

22/06/2017 · How to Wear a Prosthesis

they donned the prosthesis. This was followed by sitting, standing, walking on level ground, ascending stairs, descending stairs, and doffing the prosthesis. Movement was unconstrained between specified activities, resulting in varying amounts of activity in the different states and variations in stride count among participants. All activities were conducted at the preferred speed of the participant, with rests allowed between activities. Testing sessions lasted approximately 1 h.