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What is Ossur's Rheo Knee?

The Ossur's Rheo Knee is particularly interesting because of the way it adapts to the knee's stiffness. Fluid within the device contains metal particles, and as the device sends a magnetic field through the fluid, the fluid becomes thicker - stiffening the knee joint.

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