German two-load left split-hook prosthesis attachment
- c. 1940
- Ottobock GmbH
German two-load left split-hook. Made by Otto Bock c.1940.
Otto Bock began making prosthetic limbs in 1919, largely in response to the number of injured servicemen following World War I.
This hook attaches to a prosthetic arm and has a spring-loaded hook mechanism for gripping objects.
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- Richmond Twickenham and Roehampton Healthcare NHS Trust
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