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Drivers with upper extremity amputations

T Verrall, J R Kulkarni
The advice given to upper limb amputees in the United Kingdom with regard to the use of driving appliances has often been somewhat variable. At best a full rehabilitation package has been provided, including the fitting of the appliances to the person's vehicle and contact with the driver's instructor, to the other extreme of issuing driving appliances to patients with no instruction at all. Though upper limb amputations are not a relevant or prospective disability, all drivers with a "limb disability" are legally required, in the UK, to declare changes in their physical state to the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency...
August 1995: Prosthetics and Orthotics International
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