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 Learning to Use a Bionic Hand

There is a learning curve for every prosthetic device, but for first-time users, this can seem daunting. Once fitted with a new prosthesis, users need to re-learn how to perform day-to-day functions and activities and get accustomed to their new...

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PDAC Approval for the Zeus

Aether Biomedical is proud to report that the Zeus hand is officially PDAC approved under L6880. Upon this approval, the Zeus is assigned an HCPCS code, making it eligible under the billing of Medicare. For our U.S. users, this is a major win!

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Day-to-Day Functions and Grips of a Bionic Hand

Individuals perform thousands of hand functions on a given day without giving it any thought. Following the loss of a hand and the fitting of a prosthetic hand, one of the first questions that users ask is, "what can it do?"

When it comes to a...

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Innovating Prostheses: Prosthetics of the Future

Not long ago, prosthetic hands had limited functional capabilities. Today, with the help of recent developments in technology, prostheses are considerably more functional and intuitive. 

At Aether Biomedical, we strive to drive this innovation...

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What Qualities to Look for in the Right Prosthetic Hand

Choosing a prosthetic hand is a big decision. Users need to determine the level of functionality they want and the capabilities they need to perform daily activities. Many users opt to go with a bionic hand for its advanced functionality, but that...

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Why Customization is Essential for Prostheses

When it comes to customizing a prosthesis, it’s about more than just the fit. Every prosthesis must be fitted to its user, ensuring comfort and functionality. But, while this is crucial, it doesn’t necessarily mean that the prosthesis will suit all...

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Accelerating the Repair Process in Prosthetic Limbs

For traditional prostheses, the repair process can be long and inconvenient for users. First, after damaging their hand, patients either have to come in to the clinic or mail their device in for repairs, that of which can take weeks or even months...

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Making Prosthetic Limbs More Accessible

Making prostheses accessible to as many users as possible is a consideration manufacturers and prosthetists should take into account, but unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to be. Most high-functioning bionic hands are out of the price range for most...

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Bio-Process Signaling: How It Works

Developments in prostheses are offering users more functionality and agility than ever before. The use of bio-process signaling, in particular, has transformed how prostheses work in correlation with a user’s body. Bio-process signaling allows users...

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