Guided search - Assistive Products
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Products that monitor or assess a person’s medical condition, and products that support, or provide a substitute for, a specific body function. Included are, e.g. products used in “medical treatment”. Excluded are assistive products used exclusively by healthcare professionals. Assistive products for education and for training in skills, see >05; Assistive products attached to the body for supporting neuromusculoskeletal or movement related functions (orthoses) and replacing anatomical structures (prostheses), see >06; Tilting tables, see >053606; Assistive products for seeing, see >22 03; Assistive products for hearing, see >22 06
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 >220621
Equipment that changes the nerve sensitivity and, therefore, reduces the sensation of physical pain
Equipment for stimulating a muscle or a particular area of a muscle causing it to contract or relax. Included are, e.g. stimulators to treat incontinence. Upper limb orthoses with built-in muscle stimulators, see >06 06. Lower limb orthoses with built-in muscle stimulators, see >06 12
Devices made to oscillate rapidly that are used in vibratory massage for therapeutic purposes. Included are, e.g. relaxation massage devices, vibrators for loosening mucus in the lungs. (percussors). Devices for sexual activities, orgasm, ejaculation and erection, see >095409
Devices to mask the auditory perception of noise produced from within the ear or from external sources. Included are, e.g. tinnitus masks. Assistive products for hearing, see >22 06
Included are, e.g. tactile stimulators, products for occlusion treatment to cover one eye in order to stimulate the other eye.
Included are, e.g. magnetic field stimulation and electric stimulation of bone growth and tissue growth.