The conceptual 'Ring' prosthetic leg has been designed by Snežana Jeremić as a piece of medical equipment that will enable children in developing nations to be supported if they have lost a limb.
The prosthetic works by being worn by the child and being adjusted as they grow and mature to ensure it's always optimally suited to their body size and type. This is achieved thanks to an adjustable foot portion to ensure an optimal stride as well as the upper portion that can be paired with additional rings to suit the persons body as they grow and develop.
The conceptual 'Ring' prosthetic leg speaks to a need for more adjustable healthcare equipment to ensure that individuals don't need a whole new device every time they have a growth spurt.
Adjustable Developing Nation Prosthetics
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Ultra-Sensitive Electronic Skins
Prosthetic Swimming Fins
Hike-Enabling Prosthetic Legs
Changing Disability Narratives
Affordable Prosthetic Appendages