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Assistive products for self-care activities and participation in self-care

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, fo

Assistive products for toileting

Urine chutes, see 09 24 12. Non-body-worn urinals and urine bottles, see 09 27 09. Bidets, see 09 33 18. Supporting handrails and grab bars, see 18 18.

Commode chairs

Chairs, with or without castors, with a collection receptacle used for toileting away from the bathroom. Included are, e.g. sanichairs, toilet wheelchairs, commode chairs also used for showering.


Included are, e.g. raised or height adjustable toilets, toilets with built-in douche and air dryers. Douches and air dryers for attachment to a toilet, see 09 12 36.

Toilet seats

Devices attached to the toilet bowl or toilet chair for a person to sit on; they can provide stability and comfort. Body support units for hoists, see >123621

Toilet splash guards

Devices to keep bodily substances from splashing outside the toilet bowl

Raised toilet seats, free-standing

Raised toilet seats (separate) standing on floor, where the seat can easily be removed from the toilet bowl. Included are, e.g. over toilet frames.

Raised toilet seats, detachable

Raised toilet seats (loose attachments) placed directly on the toilet bowl/toilet seat where the seat insert can easily be removed from the toilet bowl/toilet seat.

Raised toilet seats fixed to toilet

Devices permanently fixed on to a toilet bowl to increase the height of the seat and to facilitate sitting down upon, and standing up from, the toilet. Included are, e.g. plinths.

Toilet seats with built-in raising mechanism to assist standing up and sitting down

Toilet seats that have a built-in lifting mechanism to assist a person to sit down on and get up from the toilet

Toilet arm supports and toilet back supports mounted on toilet

Devices mounted on the toilet that provide support getting on or off the toilet. Included are, e.g. body supports mounted on the toilet. Arm supports for wheelchairs, see 12 25 09.

Toilet paper tongs

Devices for holding toilet paper and facilitating bottom wiping

Toilet roll holders

Devices for holding toilet paper in an accessible position


Containers for collecting bodily waste matter, enabling a person to urinate and defecate while, e.g. in bed

Douches and air dryers for attachment to a toilet

Devices attached to a toilet to provide a water spray with or without air blowing afterwards to wash, and possibly dry, a person’s bottom while sitting on the toilet. Included are, e.g. toilet seats with that function. Toilets with built-in douche and air

Wall-mounted urinals

Sanitary equipment mounted on the wall to enable a man to urinate in a standing. position. Urine collectors, see >09 27

Transportable hygiene rooms

Included are, e.g. transportable toilet booths.

Padding for toilet seats

Pads specifically designed for toilet seats and commode chair seats for better comfort and distribution of pressure. Seat cushions and underlays for tissue integrity, see 04 33 03.