Father whose hand was sliced in half by industrial machinery has it sewn back together…AND regains feeling in his fingers Atushkumar Patel, 37, lost four fingers and part of his right hand when the machine he was cleaning turned itself on automatically Was rushed to Broomfield Hospital in Essex, where surgeons spent ten hours painstakingly wiring his bones, tendons and nerves back togetherNow, just five weeks after his horrific accident, he has managed to regain the movement and feeling in his fingers | UPDATED: 18:39 GMT, 13 December 2012 A father-of-two whose hand was sliced in half by a machine has made a miraculous recovery, thanks to painstaking surgery.
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Worker who lost three fingers in industrial accident has them replaced with two bionic digits and a toeElectrodes within the bionic fingers read signals given by the muscles and can move independently A worker who lost three fingers in an horrific industrial accident has had them replaced with two bionic digits – and his big toe. Packager Michal Takac, 32, severed his fingers when they got stuck between two feed rollers in a machine at a printing plant.