Friday, July 12, 2024

An additional response on CAPP

Juan Manuel Castro

This is one response I think that I forgot to include in the list.

Juan,

This is a terminal device used for small children who have arm

amputations.

This CAPP is used mainly by prosthetists on the West Coast since it

was

developed at the UCLA CAPP program. I guess that this terminal device

never

became widely used because of its appearance, which is hard to

describe and

it is designed with small children in mind. Check the Hosmer page to

see the

CAPP. My knowledge of the CAPP is very limited, but it has been

discussed on

this list from time to time. Maybe others on the list with more

experience

can provide you with a better explanation.

Juan Manuel Castro

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