Guided search - Assistive Products
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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
Included are, e.g. clothes and shoes for babies and children. Assistive products intended to manage tissue integrity, see >04 33. Assistive products for making and maintaining textiles for domestic use, see >15 15. Assistive products for health protection and safety in workplaces, see >28 24
Clothing worn outdoors over other clothes to protect a person against cold, wind and all types of precipitation. Included are, e.g. coats for outdoor use; ponchos and wraps.
Assistive products for hand protection, see >090615
Outerwear, see >090305
Anti-oedema stockings for arms and legs and other parts of the body, see >040606. Air-filled garments and compression units for circulation problems, see >040609. Assistive products for knee or leg protection, see >090618
Included are, e.g. clothing for hydrotherapy, protective bathing pants. Assistive products for absorbing urine and faeces, see >09 30
Garments worn over the front of the body to protect clothing or the body from getting. soiled
Included are, e.g. shoes for dedicated use, like sport shoes and inlays. Foot orthoses, see >061203. Assistive products for heel, toe or foot protection, see >09 06 21
Devices and materials fixed to footwear to prevent slipping. Accessories for assistive products for walking, see >12 07
Included are, e.g. zippers, elastic shoelaces, holders for aprons, strips made of nylon. fabric that can be fastened to themselves (Velcro strips), other products that can. facilitate buttoning or fastening. Assistive products for dressing and undressing, see >09 09
Included are, e.g. neckties, bow-ties.