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Furnishings, fixtures and other assistive products for supporting activities in indoor and outdoor human-made environments

Furniture and other products that can be placed in, incorporated into or otherwise, added to, the built environment to facilitate movement and positioning, including. entry and exit, within areas constructed for public and private use. Included are, e.g.

Supporting handrails and grab bars

Arm exercise devices, trunk exercise devices and leg exercise devices, see >044815. Side rails to be fixed to beds, see >181226. Rails for self-lifting to be fixed to beds, see >181228

Handrails and support rails

Bars, usually cylindrical, attached to a wall, floor or other stable structure that provide the means for a person to support or stabilize himself/herself using hands or arms while walking, e.g. up and down stairs or ramps or moving along corridors. Assis

Fixed grab bars and handgrips

Devices, usually straight or angled bars, that are permanently attached to a wall, a wall and a floor, or a wall, ceiling and floor to provide support to a person while standing or changing position

Removable grab rails and handgrips

Devices, usually straight or angled bars, that can be temporarily attached to walls, floors, ceilings or furniture using, e.g. clamps or suction pads and removed without tools. providing support to a person while changing position. Rails for self-lifting

Hinged rails and arm supports

Devices that provide support to a person when changing her/his position; they can be fixed to a wall or floor and can be folded up or sideways or lowered down to allow access or when they are not needed. Toilet arm supports and toilet back supports mounte