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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
Equipment for assisting a person to breathe Vibrators, see >042712; Assistive products for environmental improvement, see >27 03.
Devices that take in air from the surrounding area and physiologically treat it before inhalation by warming, cooling or cleaning the air
Devices for assisting a person to inhale or to administer drugs in the form of vapour, gas, liquid spray or fine dust. Included are, e.g. jet dispensers, automatic inhaler dispensers, pressure respirators, ultrasound nebulizers, filters, nebulizers with dosage aerosols.
Devices for providing artificial ventilation through the nose, the mouth or an artificial hole in the air pipe (tracheostomy) for a person who has difficulties with breathing. Included are, e.g. ventilators and respirators that filter or purify the surrounding air, Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP), Bilevel Positive Airway Pressure (BIPAP).
Devices providing concentrated oxygen gas, which is breathed in through the nose and mouth. Included are, e.g. units that concentrate oxygen from the surrounding air.
Devices for sucking secretions and substances out of the lungs
Devices for positioning a person in order to enable him/her to breathe or to drain secretions from the lungs
Devices for training the respiratory muscles either by applying resistance when a person is breathing or by direct compression onto the walls of the chest. Included are, e.g. masks that give resistance to inhaling and exhaling.
Instruments for measuring the volume of air inhaled and exhaled. Included are, e.g. spirometers.
Devices that support the uvula in order to enable free breathing. Included are, e.g. devices to enable continuity in breathing and to avoid snoring.