Guided search - Assistive Products

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ISO Code
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N. of products
09
ASSISTIVE PRODUCTS FOR SELF-CARE ACTIVITIES AND PARTICIPATION IN SELF CARE

Products intended to support daily care of oneself, including washing and drying. oneself, caring for one's body and body parts, dressing, and protecting one’s body. Included are, e.g. assistive products for dressing and undressing, for body protection, for personal hygiene, for tracheostomy, ostomy and incontinence care and for sexual. activities. Assistive products for eating and drinking, see >15 09

09.24
Urine diverters

Devices for draining away urine. Bathing wear, see >090333. Sealing materials, see >092115

09.24.03
Long-term indwelling catheters

Tubular devices inserted into the urethra to provide long-term drainage and flushing of the bladder

09.24.06
Intermittent catheters inserted through the urethra

Disposable tubular devices inserted into the urethra to provide single drainage and flushing of the bladder

09.24.09
Penile sheaths

Soft sheaths that fit over and are fixed to the penis, through which urine is drained through outlet tube that can be connected to urine collection bags. Included are, e.g. uridoms.

09.24.12
Urine chutes

Devices to direct urine from the body into, e.g. a toilet; can be used when standing

09.24.15
Body-worn urinals for women

Non-body-worn urinals and urine bottles, see >092709

09.24.18
Assistive products for self-catheterization

Included are, e.g. mirrors, labial spreaders, knee-spreading devices, ergo-hand. insertion aids, cath-hand, penis support.

09.24.21
Body-worn urinals for men

Products that are worn around the penis and held firmly on the pubis by belt and straps around the waist and coupled to a urinary drainage bag