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Products intended to support or replace a person’s capacity to move indoors and outdoors, to transfer from one place to another or to use personal or public transportation. Assistive products attached to the body for supporting movement functions (orthoses) and replacing anatomical structures (prostheses), see >06. Furnishings, fixtures and other assistive products for supporting activities in indoor and outdoor human-made environments, see >18. Assistive products for controlling, carrying, moving and handling objects and devices, see >24. Assistive products for transporting objects in workplaces, see >28 06
Devices providing wheeled mobility with a seating support system for a person with limitation in mobility and that rely on an occupant or an assistant to provide power. for the operation. Included are, e.g. stand-up manual wheelchairs (wheelchairs that enable a person to raise and maintain a standing position), reclining manual wheelchairs, snow. wheelchairs, beach wheelchairs, wheelchairs for use in a pool, wheelchair underframes. Commode chairs with castors, see >091203. Shower chairs with and without wheels, see >093307. Rollators, see >120606. Walking chairs, see >120609. Transportation chairs, see >122704
Wheelchairs designed to be propelled and steered by the occupant, by pushing. with both hands, on the wheels or on the handrims of the wheels. Included are, e.g. front-drive wheels, rear-drive wheels wheelchairs.
Wheelchairs designed to be propelled and steered by the occupant using two-hand operated levers
Wheelchairs designed to be propelled by the occupant using only one hand. Included are, e.g. one-hand lever-drive wheelchairs, one handrim-drive wheelchairs.
Occupant operated wheelchairs with a combination of human power and electrical power, where the activation of the electrical power is through application of a torque, displacement or force to the handrim or handrims. Propulsion units for manual wheelchairs, see >122409
Wheelchairs designed to be propelled and steered by contact of the occupant's foot or feet with the floor. Walking chairs, see >120609. Sitting furniture, see >18 09
Manual wheelchairs intended to be pushed and steered by an assistant, by pushing with both hands on the push handles of the wheelchair. Transportation chairs, see >122704
Wheelchairs designed to be propelled and steered by an assistant by pushing with both hands on the push handles of the wheelchair, with one or two electric mechanisms. to help rotate one or both of the wheels