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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
Hoists to transfer person into or out of vehicles without wheelchair, see >121215. Assistive products for transferring person seated in wheelchair into or out of vehicles, see >121218. Assistive products for lifting persons, see >12 36. Supporting handrails and grab bars, see >18 18. Assistive products for vertical accessibility, see >18 30
Devices for changing position or direction of a person using sliding and turning. techniques. Included are, e.g. sliding boards, sliding mats, turning sheets, turning cushions.
Devices to assist a person to make a rotating movement where the feet are placed on the device when moving
Devices to support a person rising from a sitting or lying position (e.g. from a bed or chair). Rails for self-lifting to be fixed to beds, see >181228
Devices, fixed at one end, for assisting a person to change his/her body position step by step
Devices for assisting a person to move another person manually
Devices for moving a person from one place to another carried by one or more assistants
Devices for moving a standing person a short horizontal distance
Transfer equipment for lifting a person from the floor to e.g. a bed or to a sitting position wherefrom standing up may be possible. Assistive products for lifting persons, see >12 36