Teen girl and bionic fingers

On the early stages, fresh amputees have to handle with pain and physical conferred by amputation operation, rehabilitation and finding out how to use a prosthetic device. There are few health and medical issues that amputees may need to address with also. Innate amputees and their kinfolks will deal with numerous of these personal problems, like accommodating to the amputation, over time as the amputee child grows up.

Chloe Holmes is 15 years old from Swindon and she lost her fingers when she was a child, suffering from septicemia resulting from chickenpox. She had a prosthetic had until her folks raised £38,000 (over $60,000) for the hi-tech hand presented in the video above.

She is now the youngest person in Europe to be equipped with bionic fingers. AS you can see, Chloe is really cute and it’s a pity that bad things happen to good people. But still she is a gorgeous girl and it makes me glad to see science and technology arrived to the rescue.

Click here to read about the most sophisticated bionic hand in the world.

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