Prosthetics have been around for centuries, but the advancements in biomedical engineering have transformed the way we think about them. Prosthetics have evolved from simple wooden or metal limbs to complex bionic systems that can restore the abilities of amputees and even enhance human capabilities. With the rapid development of technology, the future of prosthetics in biomedical engineering is promising.

Prosthetics have traditionally been viewed as a tool for restoring lost function, such as the ability to walk or grasp objects. However, with the advancements in technology, prosthetics can now go beyond just restoring function. Prosthetic limbs can be designed to provide sensory feedback, such as touch or temperature, which can greatly enhance the user’s experience. Additionally, prosthetics can be designed to work seamlessly with the human body, allowing for a more natural range of motion and increased comfort.

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