Cath Trigina, 47, a mother of two elementary school teacher, developed a fever two years ago that became so severe that she had to be hospitalized and suffered 11 heart attacks. To her survival, Cath said, “I owe my life to the emergency worker who noticed some symptoms of sepsis and called an ambulance.”
To stop the infection from spreading, doctors performed a quadrilateral amputation on her legs below the knee and her arms below the elbow, and she spent a month in intensive care.
teacher at school
According to a report published on the British newspaper, “Metro”, Cath was studying for primary students at London International School before she contracted the fatal blood infection, and added: “While I was recovering, I really knew in my heart that I wanted to go back to class and go back to school.” Teaching”.
“I’ve always dreamed of being able to go back to teaching and just knew I couldn’t do it with such heavy hooks,” she said.
When she came back she learned how to walk them, and the school raised enough money to cover the costs.” Hero Arm From a British tech company. Open BionicsCath got her first bionic arm, and a few months later, another prosthesis on her other arm, and now back in the classroom part-time, Cath was amazed at the children’s response to her bionic arms, and her experience gave them a living lesson in accepting the other. Time is about how it works and I’m fascinated by it like it’s a superhero.”
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“From the moment I arrive at school, I use my arms to do all kinds of tasks,” Kath said. “And wearing the arms makes me feel very confident.. It enables me to carry out a range of class activities, which I otherwise wouldn’t be able to do.”
arms are assigned Kat “Depending on their shape and conforming to individual prosthetic requirements and design preferences, unlike prosthetic hooks, levers are used” KatThe new electromuscular sensors detect muscle movements in the arm and convert them into intuitive hand movements.