Retired Marine Given New Future With Bionic Arm After Amputation

The Alfred Mann Foundation has spent many years developing a novel IMES device The implanted sensors enables amputees to control a prosthetic hand which could revolutionize the way wounded soldiers move.  The device is currently in clinical trials at Walter Reed National Medical Military Center in Bethesda. CBS Los Angeles aired information on the trial and interviews with the first Walter Reed Patient.

http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/video/10184618-retired-marine-given-new-future-with-bionic-arm-after-amputation/

U.S. Marine Receives First Ever Prosthetic Arm Controlled By Implantable Sensors

http://www.surgicalproductsmag.com/articles/2014/03/us-marine-receives-first-ever-prosthetic-arm-controlled-implantable-sensors

Fox Business Channel – Bridging the Gap Between the Brain and Prosthetic Limbs

http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/3221789383001/bridging-the-gap-between-the-brain-and-prosthetic-limbs/#sp=show-clips

Robotics Business Review – Robotic Hand Nearly as Dexterous as Natural Limb

http://www.roboticsbusinessreview.com/article/robotic_hand_nearly_as_dexterous_as_natural_limb

OrthoSpine News – US Marine Receives First Prosthetic Arm Controlled by Impantable Sensors

http://www.orthospinenews.com/us-marine-receives-first-prosthetic-arm-controlled-by-implantable-sensors