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Scirj Volume IX, Issue I, January 2021 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Giving Hands: A New Developed prosthetic hand for amputees

Alaa Hamed Omar Hassan

Abstract: Unfortunately, the whole world suffers from serious a grand challenge that represents a great obstacle that hinders its development. Lack of using technology and internet of things represents one of those most serious challenges that ought to be solved, as it affects health systems, education systems, and industrial systems. Numerous efforts have been made to solve the problem, but there is still a need for more innovative solutions. So, the proposed solution is to address IOT and its effects on health systems. Thus, a 3D printed hand was made to help amputees. This hand was connected to a system that measures heart beats, temperature of patient, and temperature of the hand to secure the safe use of the hand and ensures that the patient in a good condition. After that, the whole system is connected to a website application that receives and analyses this data, and sends a medical record for the condition of the patient to the physician. In order to check the validity of the solution, design requirements of lag time, cost, and weight were selected. The hand has successfully met the design requirements and proved to be a reliable solution that gives a hand to amputees.

Reference this Paper: Giving Hands: A New Developed prosthetic hand for amputees by Alaa Hamed Omar Hassan published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume IX, Issue I, January 2021 Edition, Page 6-8 ".

Search Terms: Amputation, IOT, Arduino, Servo Motor

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