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Table 3 Profiles of interview participants

From: Experience of adults with upper-limb difference and their views on sensory feedback for prostheses: a mixed methods study

Pseudo name Level Cause Gender Prostheses use Years of use Type of prostheses
Ted B C Male I use my prosthesis at least once a week 6 to 10 BP, M
Paul C A Male I use my prosthesis at least once a week >10 M
Ross B C Male I never used a prosthesis   
Kelsey B C Female I used a prosthesis in the past   M
Georgie B C Male I used a prosthesis in the past   BP
Jerome B C Male I use my prosthesis daily >10  
Walter C A Male I never used a prosthesis   
Tony A C Male I never used a prosthesis   
Guy B C Male I used a prosthesis in the past   M
Cheryl A C Female I never used a prosthesis   
Grace B C Female I used a prosthesis in the past   
Margaret B A Female I use my prosthesis daily <1 BP, M
Laura C C Female I use my prosthesis at least once a week   C
Kevin B C Male I use my prosthesis at least once a week 1 to 5 M
Jessica B C Female I use my prosthesis daily 1 to 5 M
  1. Refer to Fig. 1 for the definition of the different upper-limb difference levels. Causes: C: Congenital A: Acquired. Type of prostheses: BP: Body Powered, C: Cosmetic, M: Myoelectric