High heel prosthetic legs for women amputees
An unexpected accident in life takes away lives from many people, but some survive these disasters but with a price paid for left over life. Many cases the survivors loose their limbs, physical activity and consciousness due to accidents. The boon of technology gives great hope to these amputees to fulfill their desires with the aid of prosthetics limbs. In the olden days living with amputee was restricted to bed, indoor living style, settled in wheel chairs and required personal attention to cope up with daily life.
Prosthetic appendages are unbelievably profitable to amputees on the grounds that prosthesis can reestablish a portion of the abilities lost with the cut off appendage. Albeit prosthetic appendages have still not progressed to the point where they can match the usefulness gave by organic appendages, the abilities they do give can be critical. Incredible steps are being made every day in the field of prosthetics, keeping in mind awesome mechanical difficulties stay, fake appendages are turning out to be progressively like genuine appendages.
A group of Johns Hopkins University students, working with a Johns Hopkins doctor and outside prosthetics specialists, has built up an early form of a potential arrangement. Called the “Prominence” it would be the primary prosthetic foot available that is not uniquely designed that adjusts to well known style for heels up to four inches high. High heels have turned into an indispensable part of the female way of life in advanced society, pervading through all parts of life (professional and social). For female veterans of the U.S. furnished administrations with lower appendage removals, that apparently harmless, yet so pervasive, and distinctly female piece of their lives is no more.
Scores of prosthetic feet are readily available, yet most are worked to fit men’s shoes, and none can acclimate to a heel more than two inches high. That is not exactly the normal ladies’ heel stature in the United States. The students who under took this project fabricated a heel-change system with two interlocking aluminum circles that opens and closes with a connected lever at the lower leg. For the lower leg, they utilized an off-the-rack water driven unit that empowers a smooth step and flexing at the sole. Utilizing four sorts of ladies’ shoes—including a gold five-and-a-half creep stiletto—the group had the foot tried by seven individuals. Three were amputees; four were non-amputees who appended the foot to the base of a cumbersome boot, somewhat like strolling on stilts.
I think Women are symbols for beauty. Every woman deserves what she needs to keep that beauty fresh and perfect. These artificial heel-legs can give the amputee ladies to full their dreams of being beautiful. The article reminded me a song from “Ki&Ka” hindi movie on high heels..
Fore more: JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
Original article was written by: Arthur Hirsch