Provided by surgeons to severely injured humanoid vertebrates.
Coruscant Medical Technologies
Cybernetic Prostheses, Specifically a Spinal Implant
Powered by thermal energy from the body and signaled by brainwaves.
- One brainwave sensor behind the right ear, disconnected from spine.
About one meter, extending from the lower back to the base of the neck.
Medical Grade Chromium, Plastoid Tubing
Cybernetic implants and prostheses are used as intensive methods to replace an injured body part. Considering the many surgical procedures to attach the cybernetic, between two and five, depending on the type, it is a recovery option only some choose. The Cybernetic spine does not replace the organic spine, but instead provides support and mobility to it. It does this by renforcing the patient’s back with chromium alloy plates and screws, attaching the organic spine to the external replacement. The external spine receives cranial signals from the implant behind the ear and carries them out, allowing the person to bend, sit, stand, and walk. If the spinal cord is damaged, nerves can also be rerouted and grown through the tubing in the exo-spine to prevent paralysis.
This is a quality of life device and is legal everywhere.
To create a medical device corresponding with Bast’s injury that mitigates her disability and allows her to walk, run, stand, and function normally.