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 he
Equipment for assisting a person to breathe Vibrators, see >04 27 12; 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 w
Garments that facilitate body posture and control or body conceptualization with even. pressure; clothes that are used to enhance daily activities. Included are, e.g. compression garments, bandages, tapes.
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,
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 workplaces, 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 support a person with memory impairment. Included are, e.g. 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 assistive products for walking to prevent bruising or skin injury, see >12 0
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,