Guided search - Assistive Products
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Included are products intended to improve, monitor or maintain the medical condition of a person.; Excluded are assistive products used exclusively by healthcare professionals.
Equipment for assisting a person to breathe; Vibrators, see >04 27 12; Uvula orthoses, see >06 03 24; Assistive products for environmental improvement, see >27 03
Equipment for assisting circulation by passive or active compression; Blood pressure meters, see >04 24 09; Exercise and ergometer cycles, see >04 48 03; Special sitting furniture, see >18 09 21; Beds and detachable bed-boards/mattress support platforms with manual adjustment, see >18 12 07; Beds and detachable bed-boards/mattress support platforms with powered adjustment, see >18 12 10
Garments that facilitate body posture and control or body conceptualization with even pressure; clothes that are used to enhance daily activities
Devices for purifying the blood of a person; Assistive products for administering medicines, see >04 19; Sterilizing equipment, see >04 22; Bacteria culture media and equipment, see >04 24 06; Blood pressure meters, see >04 24 09; Blood analysis devices, equipment and materials, see >04 24 12; Body thermometers, see >04 24 24; Personal scales, see >04 24 27; Tables, see >18 03; Light fixtures, see >18 06; Sitting furniture, see >18 09; Water purifiers and water softeners, see >27 03 18
Assistive products to control the rate and quantity of medicines administered; Included are, e.g., devices that assist or help the introduction of liquid medicines directly into the body through the skin.; Openers, see >24 06 03
Devices that eliminate harmful bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms from assistive products
Measuring instruments and equipment for the workplace, see >28 18 03
Equipment for testing all those functions and activities that are related to logical thinking, intellectual potential and reasoning; Assistive products for vocational assessment and vocational training, see >28 27
Devices to assist in cognitive therapy, including doll therapy and memory stimulation therapy to aid people suffering from memory impairment; Included are, e.g., dolls intended for therapeutic use and therapeutic robots.; Memory support products, see >22 27 16
Assistive products for increasing, decreasing or stabilizing body functions, through non-orthotic stimulators; Assistive products for sexual activities, see >09 54; Hearing aids used in connection with implants, see >22 06 21
Devices to produce heat or cold for therapeutic purposes
Included are, e.g., products to prevent pressure sores and decubitus ulcers.; Body-worn assistive products for body protection, see >09 06; Pads, cushions and other accessories for walking aids to prevent bruising or skin injury, see >12 07 18
Assistive products for training in the correct acquisition and mental processing of external stimuli (coming from sight, hearing and other senses); Stimulators, see >04 27; Assistive products for heat or cold treatment, see >04 30; Equipment for movement, strength and balance training, see >04 48; Assistive products for communication therapy and training, see >05 03; Assistive products for training in cognitive skills, see >05 12